BP Rolls Group are pleased to announce the purchase of new premises to accommodate their growing automotive business and accident repair centre. Founded by Brian Rolls in 1966, the company has expanded steadily over the last 50 years and today is still very much a local family business, with second-generation David Rolls as Director, employing over 100 people from the Andover area.

The new premises, located on Hopkinson Way, will be the fifth in a row of buildings already owned by the company and is planned to open in September 2018 following the completion of an extensive renovation

Having outgrown its current unit further down the hill, BP Rolls Automotive – the vehicle servicing and MOT division of the business will relocate into the new premises where they will enjoy a bigger workshop space and better facilities. It will also become the new headquarters for the BP Rolls Accident Repair Centre, housing a central reception area and customer waiting lounge.

Commenting on the move, Louise Ellison, Marketing Manager, said: “We have been waiting for the opportunity to acquire this building with the vision of creating an impressive BP Rolls supercentre. The new premises will provide us with the additional room we need to facilitate further business growth. We are looking forward to creating a modern, welcoming space for customers and better working environment for our staff.”

Over the past BP Rolls Automotive has created a name for itself providing a main dealer level of customer experience, at local garage prices. They continue to invest in new technology to keep them at the forefront of the motor trade, such as CitNow video sharing, ADAS Calibration and Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Training.

For more information about BP Rolls Group and its range of services, please visit www.bprolls.co.uk

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