Haag-Streit UK relocates to new facilities

The new site in Bishop’s Stortford includes sustainability initiatives such as solar energy and electric car charging spaces

A large grey-clad building with two walls of windows with blue linings

Haag-Streit UK (HS-UK) has moved its UK headquarters to Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire.

The company had been based in its Harlow offices more than 30 years before the 10-mile move to the new location, which is just off the M11 motorway and close to Stanstead Airport.

The new site has two buildings, including an open-plan office with space to host Haag-Streit Academy courses, and a separate warehouse facility where the logistics and service team will be located.

Furniture from the former location was donated to local Harlow schools and charities, and furniture for the new headquarters was sustainably sourced.

The new facilities feature solar energy and electric car charging spaces.

Dean Johnson, HS-UK managing director, called it an “exciting time” for the company, sharing: “The new offices are very well located and have a more modern look and feel.”

“We look forward to welcoming both customers and colleagues for meetings, as well as inviting delegates to attend training in our new dedicated Academy space,” he said.

The company highlighted that it remained fully-operational throughout the move.