THE FOUNDER and boss of a Worcestershire home care business has praised Redditch property agency for helping to secure her new headquarters.
Deborah Harrison set up Kingfisher Care in 2017 after more than two decades working in the care sector, and recent growth saw her looking for new premises.
James Haynes, an apprentice surveyor with John Truslove, helped the company to secure a five-year lease on property on Brook Street, in the Lakeside area of Redditch.
Ms Harrison said Kingfisher Care had 50-plus people providing care at home for people aged 65 and over across Redditch and Bromsgrove area – eight in the office and the others out and about looking after clients.
“We work with several care organisations, including Worcestershire County Council, as well as our private clients. Some of our clients have disabilities and several of them are into their 100s.
“The quality of our care has seen us securing more work and that growth prompted our move to these superb new premises, which will provide a great base as we continue to expand.
“I was looking for somewhere that would be more secure for the office team and with a separate room that could be used to hold meetings.
“James from John Truslove really listened to what we needed and the first place he showed me around was just perfect – everything I was looking for.”
She also praised the landlord for being very helpful and making the move incredibly smooth.