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A company that works with local and national government on a range of projects aimed at helping people develop their prospects has taken space at a West Bromwich office Space.

Ingeus – which also works with employers to support inclusive workforce recruitment and development – has taken 4,470 sq ft on the first floor of the six-storey Kingston House on a six-year term.

The letting was sealed by Black Country-based property agent Bond Wolfe.

James Mattin, managing director of the agency, at Bond Wolfe, said: “This deal is further evidence that the office market is alive and well post Covid.

“We have seen a steady increase in office space requirements throughout 2021 and have a strong interest in the remaining space at Kingston House.”

Law firm Clark Brookes Turner Carey acted for landlord REI plc on the leasing agreement. Pinsent Masons provided legal advice for Ingeus and Vail Williams acted as agent for the tenant.

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