According to local historical information, the building at the corner of Adelaide Street and St Peter's Street dates back to the 16th Century and was the Queen Adelaide pub for many years. The pub closed in the 1950's and the building now houses Subway and Café Roma along with Visionary Accountants on the first floor above. The modified 16th century structure is still visible through the wooden beams in the Visionary offices. The offices have been sympathetically refurbished to highlight and preserve the historic beams and features whilst providing a comfortable and modern space for Visionary Accountants' clients.
Chris Wallace, Managing Director, Visionary Accountants said: 'We're delighted to move into such a historic building in the centre of St Albans. We were determined to create a functional blend of old and new that can service our clients' needs in the digital age whilst respecting and preserving the rich heritage St Albans has to offer. It's great for the team to be in town and our clients really appreciate the central location.
We have always tried to place ourselves at the heart of the St Albans community. We exhibit at the Herts Expo, support the St Albans Chamber of Commerce and sponsor St Albans City Football Club. We also sponsor STANTA as we want to encourage the great work they do for local start-up businesses. We organise regular free seminars and breakfast networking events that are always popular with local business owners. Our door is always open and we want to be out and about meeting as many people as possible'
Visionary Accountants has been established in St Albans since 2008 providing affordable, quality bookkeeping, payroll, tax and accountancy services to small and medium-sized local businesses. With a focus on client care and effective planning they are an essential part of your business' team.