Are You Looking For A Reliable Chartered Accountant Banstead?
A small town lying on the North Downs at the Surrey-London border, picturesque Banstead is surrounded by countryside and full of delights for nature lovers. On Banstead Downs, a 307-acre Site of Special Scientific Interest, you can find the rare Small Blue butterfly, as well as 44 species of bird and a variety of plants. There's an abundance of other parks and greenery too, including the Banstead Downs golf course and an arboretum in Nork Park.
The town was a health resort in the 17th century – London doctors would recommend that their patients visit Banstead for the wholesome air. Today, the high street offers an array of independent businesses, which thrive here.
There are several buildings of architectural and historical interest, including the Grade II listed medieval parish church of All Saints, whose west window was partly designed by Dante Gabriel Rossetti and William Morris, and the 18th-century town well head, also listed, which still houses the winding gear.
If you’re one of the business owners in Banstead and need some help with your financial planning, our experts at THP Chartered Accountants can help. We know that managing your accounts can take up a lot of precious time that would be better spent running your business and doing what you love. The good news is that accounts and financial planning are what we’re best at, so we can help with anything from audits and auto-enrolment to tax planning and payroll.
Our team of more than 50 professionals is based at four offices across Surrey, London and Essex, and we work with a wide range of companies from a variety of sectors. We act not just as number crunchers, but as trusted advisors who can help you save money and get the most out of your finances.
If you'd like to talk about how we can support you and your business, give our team of tax advisors and chartered accountants in Surrey a call at our Cheam office on 020 8652 1070. Or drop in to see us at Turnbull House, 226 Mulgrave Road – we're two minutes' walk from the station.