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Published by: Midlothian Advertiser
Hardies Property & Construction Consultants are days away from relocating round the corner to the newly-refurbished Corn Exchange in Dalkeith.
The firm, currently based in South Street, will set up a new administrative hub in the historic Grade A listed building.
Having been redeveloped by Melville Housing Association, which is also moving into the building, the Corn Exchange will provide a museum space for the Dalkeith History Society, and a board room for community meetings and events. Melville's reception area will feature a permanent exhibition detailing the building's history.
Hardies' partner Keith Gifford said: "We are very excited and are really looking forward to the move which is now planned for March 18. We have had to wait a little longer than expected due to the installation of a new internet based VIOP phone system which will allow us to radically improve communication with our other offices, staff and clients."
Neil Edgar, development manager with Melville Housing Association, added: "We can't wait to move in and are confident that Hardies will soon feel right at home here in the Corn Exchange."Back to News