New business consultancy centre for Whitland

Llewellyn Davies Accountants have opened a new business consultancy centre in Whitland, with the help of an RDP Sir Gâr Redundant Rural Buildings Grant.
They have converted a barn to the rear of Yelverton House that has been unused for decades into offices for the consultancy service.
The company already have branches of their accountancy business in Whitland, Narberth, Tenby and Pembroke Dock and this new venture will service the needs of businesses throughout West Wales with regard to production of management information, business systems consultancy and assistance with grant and funding applications.
Five new full time jobs and three part time jobs will be created as a result.
Director Colin John said: “The invaluable support provided by RDP Sir Gâr has enabled us to bring a redundant building, situated in the centre of Whitland, back to life.
“The property’s location, with its excellent transport links and a large car park, makes it an easily accessible and convenient destination for staff and clients, and consequently the building will greatly assist in developing the business further which will then create employment opportunities that will undoubtedly be of benefit to the town and surrounding area.”
The Redundant Rural Buildings Grant is provided by Carmarthenshire County Council’s Physical Regeneration section to micro businesses for the conversion of unused buildings into business premises.
The grant is funded by the Rural Development Plan (RDP) for Wales 2007 – 2013 which is funded by the Welsh Government and the European Agricultural fund for Rural Development.
To find out about the variety of grants and support available through RDP Sir Gâr visit


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