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Claydon/Dedham: New home for financial planners firm Kingsfleet Wealth

06:00 31 May 2014

The Kingsfleet Wealth team outside the firm

The Kingsfleet Wealth team outside the firm's new home at Claydon Court.

Tony Walters 2013

Chartered financial planners firm Kingsfleet Wealth has relocated to Claydon Court in Old Ipswich Road, Claydon, from its former base in Dedham.

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The firm says that improved communication and transport connections, combined with ample free parking, make Claydon Court an ideal base for dealing with the firm’s legal and cccountancy introducers and the many clients they are looking after.

And it says the early signs are encouraging, with record-breaking numbers of new clients and business during the last quarter.

Colin Low, managing director, said: “This allows us to be more accessible for our clients and those who refer clients to us. We have excellent communication and transport links from Claydon and clients are delighted with the accessibility and parking”.

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