Brunel Group opens Newton Abbot office

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Brunel Group has opened a branch in Newton Abbot, relocating staff from Bovey Tracey, and plans to double the size of the team in the new location.

The business suggested that the move extended its reach into the South West of the country.

Group CEO Russell Lane commented: “We have invested throughout the pandemic to support our clients and have seen rapid growth. Now, we are delighted to re-locate our Bovey Tracey office to Newton Abbot offering a more accessible location for many of our southwest clients.

“We are excited to be providing more job opportunities and expanding our client base in the southwest with this move. Our team are

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