Property regeneration consultancy AspinallVerdi has relocated to a new head office in Leeds to accommodate a growing workforce and client base.
As an independent consultancy with a national profile in regeneration, the firm practices what it preaches by moving to Studio 7 at 46 The Calls, a redeveloped former grain warehouse providing 35,000 sq ft of waterfront design studios and office space in the fast evolving Calls area of Leeds.
AspinallVerdi was formerly based at Matthew Murray House, Water Lane, Leeds but decided to relocate after seven years following expiry of its lease.
The move to its new head office comes as AspinallVerdi continues to expand with recently opened offices in Birmingham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne adding to those in Leeds, Liverpool and London.
Founded by chairman Atam Verdi and managing director Ben Aspinall in 2009, AspinallVerdi now has a total workforce of 25 providing professional and evidence-based strategic and technical advice to a growing number of clients in the public and private sectors nationwide.
One area of the firm’s work is providing advice to support successful bids from councils for mixed-use regeneration schemes from Whitehall funding programmes including the Towns Fund, Future High Streets Fun and Levelling Up Fund.
Atam Verdi said: “Having founded AspinallVerdi with Ben 13 years ago, 2022 is proving to be a lucky year for us all as we relocate to our fantastic new head office and continue to expand our national network of offices, populated by an ever-growing team of all the talents offering tailored, expert advice to our valued clients in the public and private sectors.”