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Canterbury accountants

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Welcome to the Canterbury office, located in the heart of this medieval city with a view of the beautiful Canterbury Cathedral.  

This office boasts excellent connections, with several nearby car parks and the city’s bus station just a 5-minute walk away. Both train stations are a 10-15 minute walk away, with Canterbury West Station offering swift access to London St Pancras International in under an hour. 

With a complement of 150 staff and partners this office is able to provide specialist accounting, taxation and financial planning expertise to a large and inclusive range of sectors. 

Services the Canterbury office specialises in:

  • Forensic accounting and valuations  – a dedicated team offering expert evidence, conducting various forensic accounting investigations, and performing valuations of business and intangible assets. 
  • Specialist taxation – expertise as well as our proactive, innovative approach to reducing your tax burden. 
  • Charities and education our expertise extends to not-for-profit organisations and educational institutions.  

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Our Canterbury office

Canterbury holds a special place in England’s heritage spanning back to 597AD when St Augustine arrived to the city on the Pope’s order to reestablish Christianity in southern England. This resulted in the erection of Canterbury Cathedral, which features original Norman architecture and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  

The city is well-known for its 800-year history as a major European pilgrimage site. It is the setting of English poet Geoffery Chaucer’s ‘The Canterbury Tales’, depicting pilgrims journeying to visit the shrine of assassinated Archbishop Thomas Becket. You can still visit his reconstructed shrine today at the Cathedral.  

Continuing its literary connections, Canterbury has inspired poets, playwrights and writers throughout history including English playwright and poet Christopher Marlowe, whom the Marlowe Theatre is named after. It is also the birthplace of Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom, whose rumoured favourite restaurant is still situated in Canterbury today, Cafe Des Amis. 

With a vibrant student community, Canterbury is proud home to two universities; Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Kent. With nearly 30 years of forensic accounting experience,  Partner and Head of Forensic Accounting Richard Heasman studied at UKC and is Canterbury’s office partner.  

Contact our Canterbury accountants office

Please feel free to call us on +44 (0)1227 768231 or contact us by email to arrange a no-obligation meeting to discuss your business, tax and wealth needs.

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