At last, we’re moving…

At last, we’re moving to 6 Station View, Rhino Court, Bramhall Moor Lane, Hazel Grove, Stockport, SK7 5ER, from Monday 19th December 2016.

Rest assured that if your registered office is with us, we will take care of updating the records on your behalf with the relevant authorities so you don’t have to!

It’s been a crazy journey over the last few weeks to get to this point and I honestly believe the property we are in now knows we are moving!  Something new seems to wrong every week (or maybe even daily) … from the toilets breaking and basement flooding, to lights blowing and what was probably worst was the kettle breaking this week! The IN team can’t function without an hourly brew!!!

We are going to try to update this article on a regular basis with photos and stories about “our journey to Rhino”.  We hope you’ll enjoy it and we really look forward to welcoming you there, if not before Christmas, certainly in the New Year.


Mid-move – the desks are being put into position but it looks like IN Accountancy’s MD, Sarah Harkness, knows something is missing …. ‘oh yes it’s the rest of the team…!’ And they will be moving over later with the files!

Putting the desks in the right place

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