News: New Redhill Office for KS

Posted on 20th September 2017

Kingston Smith celebrates new Redhill office

 

On 6 September 2017, top 20 chartered accountants and business advisers, Kingston Smith, hosted a party to launch its new office in Redhill. The office is ideally located for clients in the local business community and in a prime position for access to London and the new Crossrail when it opens next year.

 

The party was very well-attended by clients and contacts from local businesses and charities. Guests enjoyed delicious canapés and were entertained by magician, John Bulleid.

 

Kingston Smith Senior Partner, Martin Muirhead, raised a toast to the new office, cementing the firm’s commitment to the area after more than 16 years of being based in Redhill.

With a wide range of SME, charity, property, healthcare and private clients across Surrey, Sussex and Kent, Kingston Smith’s Redhill office is a leading provider of audit, tax and accounting services across the region.

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