Orchards of London, celebrating its first decade, has made a radical change to its operation in West London – moving its entire branch network into one modern, centrally located building. West World, located at the junction of the A40 and North Circular roads is ideally placed to cover all West London postcodes.
This significant investment includes rebranding to a dynamic new image reflecting their history but also looks forward positively.
A new fleet of minis will be highly visible on the streets with their vibrant hot pink and black livery.
More investment in technology and marketing will support the operation which will bring mortgage and financial services company Paul Alexander and Hogarth Acquisitions, and Hogarth Design and Build relocate to the new HQ.
Group Chief Executive Paul Connolly says, “This is a positive move that will enable us to scale up more easily and take advantage of improvements in technology whilst enhancing the customer experience by being available when, and how, they want, in today’s fast moving and 24/7 environment.”