Leaders’ new home in Bedford is now open for business

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Leaders' new offices at 100 High Street

Leaders, the specialist residential lettings agency covering Bedford and its surrounding areas, has relocated – and celebrated with a photoshoot and a visit from Mayor Dave Hodgson.

Previously located on Goldington Road, the Bedford branch of Leaders has moved into an iconic building on Bedford High Street.

The new office location means it’s easily accessible for new and existing clients to come and discuss their property requirements in branch, whether it’s landlords seeking advice on letting a property or tenants looking for a new one.

Senior Branch Manager, Shaun Barnett, said, “Normally, it’s us helping the people of Bedford move into new homes – this time it was our turn to move.

“We are delighted that Leaders is able to invest and show some faith in our town and the development of our High Street. Our branch staff all live locally too, so they really are Bedford’s property experts.

“Our new office is well placed in the centre of town, so please come and meet us in our new surroundings.”

With all the knowledge of the local residential lettings market under one roof, and highly experienced agents helping you along the way, it’s easier to let your property in Bedford and its surrounding areas with Leaders.

To discover how Leaders can help you rent or let property, contact the team today on 01234 320082, pop into the branch at 100 High Street, Bedford, Bedfordshire MK40 1NN – or visit https://www.leaders.co.uk/bedfordshire/bedford.

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