Perrys Accountants at the Historic Dockyard Chatham

  • Contact: Steve Hale
  • Address: Suite 2, Second Floor North, The Fitted Rigging House, Anchor Wharf, The Historic Dockyard, Chatham, Kent ME4 4TZ
  • Telephone: 01634 245900
  • Fax: 01634 245880

Our Historic Dockyard Chatham office is located within The Historic Dockyards.  The office has two visitor bays directly outside the office but if these are not available then there is ample free parking outside The Commissioners House which is a short walk to the office.  When you drive into the office you will enter via a barrier system as it is also a tourist destination, with it being a location for Call The Midwife filming just outside the office.  You enter the office near The Steam, Steel and Submarine waterside.  The signage will bring you to the second floor which can be accessed by stairs or lift.

Perrys team at The Historic Dockyards Chatham

Our Historic Dockyards Chatham branch is run by Steve Hale. As a Perrys partner, Steve is also a renowned expert in corporate finance and is supported by a fantastic team including David Brown, Dane Beard, Elizabeth Acey and Betty Relf.

Every member of the team is exceptional as standard and sees their role as being an invaluable resource for each one of their clients. As a long established and trusted local accountant, this office benefits from being part of a seven branch network which means that clients can benefit from the expertise of the entire Perrys structure.

We specialise in CIS, working with construction clients to manage their bookkeeping, PAYE, VAT returns and much more.  Clients welcome our reasonable fees and the fact that we don't charge for an annual business review.

Our client base

As long established accountants, we attract many business and private clients from the surrounding towns. Although we do not specialise in any one area, preferring to offer our services and expertise to businesses of all sizes and from all sectors, we do attract more than our fair share of start-up businesses – usually as a result of a recommendation from the owner's bank manager,  friend or solicitor that they have an informal chat with us to get their business established on the right footing from the word go.

Whether you're an established limited company, a home-based husband-and-wife run business or you're just starting out, if you are looking for a team with immense experience, both at local level and as part of a 7-strong branch network we'd love to talk to you. Many of our clients do not employ a financial director or financial controller and so are in need of a range of the services that we offer in-house, including payroll, financial and proactive accounting advice - click here to get in touch.

In addition we frequently deal with more specialised areas such as CIS, effecting the Construction Industry and IR35 which is an area of concern within the service industry.

Is it time for you to change?

Whether you're looking to move from your existing accountant or this is the first time you've considered using the services of an accountant, why not book a complimentary meeting to find out more about our services?

This provides an opportunity for us to answer all those questions you have been storing up and also to receive a wealth of detailed advice, bespoke to your business and your situation. We will enjoy learning about your company and recognise that this meeting offers the chance for us to get to know you and your business, as well as offering you the chance to get to know us.

We will look at how we can save you money – and not simply by reducing your tax burden but by analysing the complexities of your financial affairs. We will provide you with a fixed fee quotation, in which we itemise the cost of each piece of work. There is also the option of benefiting from additional tax advice and any other services discussed at an agreed hourly rate. As a branch we have a great networking group from which our clients benefit - click here to get in touch and find out how we can help you.

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