Energy firm's new home takes shape

EIC, the UK's largest independent energy consultancy, has chosen the new Linden Square development in Bury St Edmunds as the site for its new state-of-the-art offices.

EIC, the UK's largest independent energy consultancy, has chosen the new Linden Square development in Bury St Edmunds as the site for its new state-of-the-art offices.

A traditional topping out ceremony last week saw the ceremonial “final slate” nailed on to the roof of the building as EIC prepares to move its team from its current location in Newmarket in January 2010.

Besides helping companies to buy their electricity and gas at the most competitive prices, EIC also helps ensure that businesses receive accurate energy bills and helps clients to reduce their carbon footprint.

Managing director Simon Butterfield said: “EIC needed an office space that would accommodate our growing team and reflect our company values and status as market-leader. Linden Square will offer an open plan, stylish environment that's conducive to developing strong working relationships, in a convenient location.


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“We're excited about our move to Bury St Edmunds and looking forward to making a positive impact both on the local economy and within the community.”

EIC, which was established in 1975, has a portfolio of more than 1,200 major energy users including Cadbury UK, HSBC and Reuters.

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The topping out was performed by Peter Bell, director at Pigeon Investment Management, the Bury St Edmunds-based developer responsible for Linden Square.

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