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Ecclesiastical reveals date for move to new base

Ecclesiastical Insurance will make the move to its new head office in Brockworth next month.

The specialist insurer will switch its registered head office address from Beaufort House in Brunswick Road, Gloucester to its new headquarters on Gloucester Business Park on March 15.

Most of the group's subsidiary and managed companies made the switch earlier this month with Ecclesiastical Financial Advisory Services also making the move on March 15.

The new head office - which has 500 parking spaces for employees and visitors - will house all of Ecclesiastical's staff as it moves from the city centre home which has been its base since the 1970s.

Planning permission for the new offices was secured in 2018, Kier Construction began construction the following May and site owners handed over the site to Ecclesiastical in July.

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