PKF Francis Clark is a firm of tax advisers and chartered accountants with a new office in Bristol and a reputation for excellence and award winning services.
This new office on Victoria Street will provide a truly local and dedicated partner-led service for clients across the region, having already supported some of the most successful and growing businesses in the area, including the Eden Project, Bristol Sport and Brittany Ferries.
Our experts have a real understanding of the Bristol market and will be offering an unrivalled array of local services and expertise for every client.
Contact our team of advisers and accountants in Bristol today to find out how we can help you. Becky Hooper will be happy to assist with any general enquiries in the first instance.
A message from our Managing Partner
“As we mark our centenary year, we are excited to open our 8th office in Bristol. This vibrant city is truly a growing market and has so much to offer both our firm and people. We hope to nurture regional talent and develop our established team to provide a truly local offering. Our people have a real understanding of the Bristol market and will be offering an unrivalled array of local services and expertise for every client. This opening only further demonstrates our commitment to the South West economy, and we are proud to have already supported some of the most successful and growing businesses in the region.” – Andrew Richards
Bristol Temple Meads is the nearest railway station (5 minute walk to our Bristol office).
(From The South) Follow M5 North. At Junction 15 use the left 2 lanes to merge onto M4 (towards London). As you head towards M4 Junction 19 use the left 2 lanes to exit onto M32 Bristol towards central Bristol.
When the M32 ends turn left and immediately fork left towards Temple Way (A4044) then turn right at the Temple Way roundabout. As you exit the roundabout filter left into Tower Hill rather than follow the road round.
At the end of Tower Hill, turn right and over the bridge, at the next T junction turn left onto Victoria Street for 100 yards and find James Tudor House (Number 90) on the left hand side just before the zebra crossing.
There is limited visitor car parking at James Tudor House. Please book spaces in advance or use Temple Meads Station car park which can be reached at the end of Victoria Street. If parking at the office, Church Lane is a left just before James Tudor House turn in there and drive behind the building to the entry barrier.