From its humble beginnings in Paul Knights’ kitchen to expanding across three regional offices with a team of over 75 staff, Knights Lowe has undergone a remarkable journey of growth since its inception in 1987. Explore the rich history of the firm in the timeline below.
The company grew to 11 people, outgrew its old office, and moved to Lark House in Eastgate Street.
The Greenfield Site was purchased, where our current Bury St Edmunds office sits. When purchased, Eldo Farm House was sat on the site, and was knocked down to begin construction on the new building. Knights Lowe were the first business to move into Suffolk Business Park.
James Knights joined the business from university.
Knights Lowe acquired Staceys Chartered Accountants, along with their offices in Thetford, Bury St Edmunds and Newmarket, with the Thetford office still in place today.
We acquired Ballams Chartered Accountants, expanding our reach across East Anglia with an office in Ipswich.
David Roberton & Co was acquired into Knights Lowe.