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REMOVALS COMPANY MOVES INTO NEW PREMISES IN BEDFORDSHIRE

A family run removals firm found itself in the rather curious situation of having to move themselves recently, when they expanded into new premises in rural Bedfordshire to accommodate adding storage services to the business.

Barford + Co, the St Neots based Chartered Surveying and Planning practice, announces that D&M Removals, which provides residential and commercial removals services, has recently leased two industrial units on the Tythe Farm development in Colmworth to support its growth plans.

Based in Bedford for 4 and a half years, D&M Removals was previously contracting out the provision of storage to a third party. Identifying an opportunity to bring this service in-house thereby offering an enhanced service to customers, the company needed larger, more suitable premises to support this next phase in its development. 

David Fitchew is Director at D&M Removals, he said: “We’re a family run business and have seen the business grow rapidly since we established just over four years ago. We’ve seen a high demand for storage services from our removals customers and decided that we wanted to offer this service ourselves.

“As a result we’ve invested in state of the art warehouse and storage facilities at Tythe Farm, with CCTV and pincoded security systems, which are highly secure and sophisticated offering total peace of mind for customers.”

Howard Westgate is Associate Director at Barford + Co, and worked closely with D&M Removals on its acquisition of the units at Tythe Farm, he said: “D&M Removals were particularly attracted to Tythe Farm thanks to the rural location and community feel to the development.

“We always work hard to listen to clients’ requirements for their next business move and it was a pleasure to help D&M Removals with their very own move.”

To find out more about available commercial property in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire, please visit www.barfords.co.ukor call 01480 213811.

 

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