Birmingham team forecasts overwhelming success for Office Principles

The Birmingham arm of workplace consultancy, Office Principles is forecasting a turnover of approximately £10 million at the end of its first official quarter, trading in the Midlands.

With the help of its newly recruited dream team of top level directors, creative and technical designers, senior commercial surveyors and operations managers, the award-winning design, fit out and workplace consultancy has managed to achieve immediate commercial success.

Led by business development director, Gary Tailby and project director, Tina Batham, most of the members of the senior team are well-known to the Midlands commercial property scene having been active in the region for some time and have a long-standing reputation for their knowledge and expertise.

Joint managing director of Office Principles, Cyril Parsons is delighted with the team’s early success: “We invested in Birmingham as it’s a location pitched between our Manchester office and our showcase Reading and London offices. It’s ideally placed to provide a base for our team to serve our growing national portfolio and it fits with our strategy to put down roots in areas that will appeal to those clients looking for a second base outside of London.

“We hadn’t expected such an immediate response from new clients in the locale, keen to move within their city and to maximise and make the best use of rental space. This pipeline of new business is completely down to the strength and the passion of the Birmingham team and its existing reputation. We are delighted to have them on board as our Midlands brand ambassadors.”

The latest space, taken by Office Principles on Temple Street, places the company at the heart of the City Centre and gives the team a solid base to operate from as it continues to build strong relationships and to strengthen its identity in the region.

Office Principles is expert at creating agile workspaces and has developed a strong and varied commercial portfolio over the years to include blue-chip brands such as Exterion Media, Telegraph Media Group, Visa Europe, GE Capital, Fitness First, Tata Communications, ResMed, Direct Marketing Association, Land Securities, Mothercare, and Kuoni.