Direct Access to open new London office to accommodate expanding clientele

Direct Access’ UK and Europe division will be opening a new office in Bromley Old Town Hall, a Grade II listed building in the heart of London that formed a key filming location for Netflix’s The Crown. Members of the team will be relocating to the local area as we expect to officially open the space for business on the 3rd June 2024.

The decision to open a new studio in the south will take Direct Access to next stage of success as the team have expanded operations in the area, including contracts with the Royal Shakespeare Company, and several commercial office clients across London, particularly in and around the City and Canary Wharf.

Direct Access has had a long history of clients in London; delivering accessibility audits for everything from scientific research facilities to museums, to accommodations and residencies.

In the past year alone, Direct Access has been providing consultancy on the Ellison Institute’s new build site for transformative medicine, BUPA’s head office in London, the new Storehouse expansion of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Royal Armouries at the Tower of London, and the City of London’s housing estates, which together comprised over 2,900 homes.

Director of Strategic Partnerships, Steve Dering, will be one of the staff members who will relocate to operate the new London studio.

Commenting on the appointment, Steve had this to say; “I am honoured to have the opportunity to shepherd Direct Access’ expansion of operations to London.

It’s an incredibly exciting period for Direct Access, following on from the appointment of our new UK managing director (Peter), in January, and our continued expansion into overseas territories like North America and the Middle East.”

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