About US

Grosvenor House, based in cirencester, has been providing expert advice and accountancy services to both corporate and individual clients.

The Beginning

Grosvenor House Practice was born in October 2007 and is now a well-established firm. In June 2011 Tim Brown became the sole director and oversees all aspects of the practice, with an overall commitment to putting the clients first and providing a jargon-free, plain English, communicative service.  Dan Whittaker then joined Tim as director in 2018, and is equally committed to the same client service offering. Together Dan and Tim have formed an accountancy business that is founded on providing honest, clear advice that helps clients.


Our core values have always been and will remain, to offer our clients the highest level of customer service and give them great value for money.

Customer Care

Customer care is not a science – it is simply a case of making sure our clients are happy. Our fees are competitive, we respond promptly to client requests, we are proactive in offering advice and our clients know that their best interests are at the centre of everything we do.


We want our clients to consider Grosvenor House Practice as their business partner and the destination of choice for all their financial issues. We aim to be a different kind of accountancy practice by adopting a proactive approach and continually reviewing our Services to keep abreast of legislation and business trends, making us more efficient and more supportive leading to greater satisfaction and success for our clients.

LATEST NEWS FROM Grosvenor House

July 17, 2024

New VAT registration tool released by HMRC

HM Revenue & Customs have released a new tool designed to help businesses find out what VAT registration would mean for their business.
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July 15, 2024

Highlights from the Chancellor’s speech: What are the implications for tax and compliance?

The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rachel Reeves, delivered her first speech as Chancellor last week outlining her plans for revitalising the UK economy. While her speech was inevitably political and included criticism for the previous government while emphasising her own role, there were also some key takeaways for her plans on tax. Here’s a summary with some comments on what they could mean for you.
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