Aston Martin specialists relocating to Essendon

PUBLISHED: 17:05 14 May 2018 | UPDATED: 17:05 14 May 2018

The former farm building in Essendon will be used by Aston Martin heritage specialist Nicholas Mee & Company.

The former farm building in Essendon will be used by Aston Martin heritage specialist Nicholas Mee & Company.

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A company that specialises in Aston Martin heritage is set to move into renovated farm buildings in Essendon.

The former farm building in Essendon will be used by Aston Martin heritage specialist Nicholas Mee & Company.The former farm building in Essendon will be used by Aston Martin heritage specialist Nicholas Mee & Company.

Nicholas Mee & Company will take its operation from West London to Essendonbury Farm, Hatfield Park Estate, creating 30 jobs in the process.

The 17th century buildings, managed by Gascoyne Cecil Estates, have been sympathetically refurbished into a new heritage facility – which should be formally unveiled in the summer.

Nicholas Mee & Company is one of 13 Aston Martin heritage specialists, which source, supply and maintain the classic cars.

Company founder Nicholas Mee said: “The new two-acre site enjoys enviable transport and communication links and will allow the business to expand and become a true heritage centre.

“We are looking forward to customers, established and new alike, visiting our new Hertfordshire home, and to becoming a feature of the local business community.”


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