Thames House, Roman Square, Sittingbourne, ME10 4BJ
T: +44 1795 475363
Our Sittingbourne office is one of the top firms of chartered accountants in Kent. The four-partner practice can trace its history back more than 150 years, latterly trading as Spain Brothers Sittingbourne prior to joining the UHY Group in 2010.

A wide range of accountancy services across Kent

We offer a wide range of partner-led accountancy and business advisory services, mainly to owner managed businesses, including:

  • general accountancy;
  • audit;
  • personal and corporate tax;
  • VAT;
  • corporate finance;
  • bookkeeping and payroll; and
  • company secretarial.

Our fees are competitive and offer you excellent value for money and will always be completely clear, agreed with you in advance, and set out for you in writing.

Building relationships in Kent

Our partners develop close working relationships with our clients. They also maintain good contacts with members of the Kent business community, including solicitors, banks and other lending institutions. These contacts allow us to help clients with submissions to these organisations and to effect beneficial introductions.

We aim to be more than just accountants: our partners can play a non-executive director role in terms of input into your business, providing a unique business support package that is designed to help grow your company and personal wealth. This will include incisive, objective and timely commercial input to improve business performance, or just a second opinion or a shoulder to lean on, from people who understand and care about your business.

Our growing client base is reflective of the diverse mix of businesses across Kent, and consists of some major limited companies, partnerships, family run businesses and sole traders across a variety of sectors.

Please see our Sector page for details of our particular specialisms, which include professional practices, charities and not-for-profit and academy schools.

Proud sponsors of the Swale Business Awards.


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