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Tottenham Sees Transfer of Principle Asset

04 September 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970

Principle Cleaning has relocated its head office staff from Hornsey near Tottenham in north London into larger offices in Stratford (east London and home to the Olympic Stadium/new West Ham United football ground) following recruitment and business expansion.

Having outgrown its current premises, the new location at Solar House in Stratford, East London provides modern and well designed, open plan office accommodation, a café area and a large training room. It is 10 minutes from the City by tube.

The firm has £30 million turnover and 1,500 staff and has been operating for 25 years. Founder, Doug Cooke (CEO) saidd: “This move to larger premises reflects our strong performance. The increase in space will enable us to continue to expand - and perhaps win another award or two." Principle is a two time Golden Service Award winner.

Picture: Beating the Hammers - Principle Cleaning has moved to better premises in Stratford this year

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 04 September 2015


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