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Curtins celebrates new premises in Kendal’s K-Village

Built environment consultancy, Curtins celebrated its new office premises at K-Village with clients, friends and colleagues from across Cumbria and Lancashire on 11th September.

After 4 decades in converted office spaces in Kendal’s town centre, Curtins moved to the contemporary and fit-for-purpose office space at K-Village in July. The move came nearly 45 years since Curtins first opened its Kendal office in 1977.

The Curtins team were joined by guests on the riverside terrace to enjoy drinks, nibbles and music by a Lancaster-based saxophone and piano duo.

Other local Kendal businesses played their part too. Catering and glasses were supplied by Cracking Spread and Castle Crockery.

Andy Roberts, director of the office commented, “After several decades in a converted terrace house on Lowther Street, I’m delighted that we have now relocated to new and accessible offices suitable for our growing team.

“It was a privilege to celebrate our move with both clients who have been with us for 40 years as well some newer faces with whom we are currently building relationships. A great evening to mark the momentous change for our team.”

Curtins’ new office on Riverside Place features a large meeting room with views over the river, modern workspaces, accessible facilities and car parking.

The office can be contacted on 01539 724 823 or [email protected].

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