Cheshire-based business group, Brookfield Rose, has taken over 7,000 sq ft of additional office space at Bruntwood’s Booths Park offices in Knutsford, Cheshire.
The lease on the 7,166 sq ft of space will last until August 2022 and effectively doubles the amount of space that Brookfield Rose occupies at Booths Park and is in addition to the 10,065 sq ft it continues to hold at its Moseley Hall Farm site, also in Knutsford.
The group will now hold office space across all floors of Bruntwood’s Booths Park No. 1 building.
Shaun Webb, head of finance and systems at Brookfield Rose said: “These are exciting times for the Brookfield Rose group of companies and this significant step will help us to realise our ambitious growth targets.
“We’ve grown considerably over the last few years, increasing our annualised revenue by over 30% to over £700 million and increasing our head count by around 100 to the 250 people we have today. With any company who has expanded at this rate, we are fast outgrowing our current offices.
“Our new premises at Booths Park will help us to clearly separate our consumer and commercial brands and allow us to work more effectively across both sites.”
Julie Ault, Booths Park property manager at Bruntwood, added: “Brookfield Rose has been a customer with us for four years and over that time we’ve worked with them to support them in the growth of their business. This latest expansion is great news for them and we’re thrilled Booths Park and the team here are playing a part in that.”
Three of the group’s de Poel brands as well as Compli With Us and its fulfilment, support and implementation functions will be moving over to the new premises alongside its other business-focussed brands. The group’s consumer brands will be based out of its Moseley Hall Farm site.
de Poel remains the largest part of Brookfield Rose and CEO Matthew Sanders has invested significantly in four new ventures this year; de Poel Education, de Poel One Source, Zoek and Suits Me, taking the total number of companies within the group to 13.
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