After a record-breaking refurbishment by DSP interiors we officially opened the doors to our new head office 1 Gaol Street, Oakham, Rutland on Monday, 15th December. The office mark’s our one and only site servicing the whole of the East Midlands offering local expertise, regional coverage and national presence.
We carefully selected the vibrant historic market town of Oakham as the flagship of our operation, its perfectly placed in the centre of the East Midlands and is an extremely popular, attractive part of our region. Our office situated on Gaol Street is within 100 yards of the award winning Hambleton bakery and the street also allows access to Tesco directly from the High Street. Whilst ‘walk-in’ business has statistically reduced over the last few years we felt a prominent location for our stylish new office was paramount. Essential for our growing brand and importantly allowing easy access to Leicester, Nottingham, Loughborough and beyond.
We have been privileged enough to collaborate with DSP Interiors on the refurbishment. Andy Priestley DSP Interiors Managing Director says ‘ We are delighted to have been involved in the design and fit out of Kirk Estate’s headquarters. The intricacy of the design and bespoke detailing has been a major driver of the project. The interior design scheme incorporates local points of interest and provides a welcoming ambience with a modern-vintage twist. In spite of the bespoke nature of the fit out we are pleased that we were able to undertake the works within the clients ambitious timescales. This was made achievable through our in house design and installation capabilities further aided by the drive and enthusiasm of Kirk Estates to achieve something special.
With customer service and personal attention our main company ethos we look forward to serving the local community in addition to past and present clients spread throughout the East Midlands We look forward to welcoming clients old and new. Join us for a Hambleton mince pie this December.
James Kirk, Managing Director