Triple boost for accountants

TEESSIDE chartered accountants Anderson Barrowcliff has announced investment in its business on three fronts.

TEESSIDE chartered accountants Anderson Barrowcliff has announced investment in its business on three fronts.

The Thornaby company is expanding its headquarters, appointing new trainees and developing specialist training for staff.

The practice has increased the size of its operations by moving into additional office space at Teesdale South, overlooking the River Tees.

It has also appointed Chris Dickinson - its third new trainee accountant in as many months - just as it celebrates the qualification of former trainee Emma Johnson as a fully-fledged chartered accountant.

Anderson Barrowcliff's move into another floor at Waterloo House, its purpose-built headquarters since 2001, has provided separate offices for its taxation team.

The firm has seven partners and now employs more than 45 people - growing considerably in the six years since it was established following the merger of two long-standing Tees Valley practices.

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