MS Society name meeting room after Peldon Rose founder

11 November 2021. News.

In early 2021, we were extremely proud to be appointed to create and develop The MS Society’s new head office at Carriage House, Finsbury Park. We are delighted to deliver an inclusive, collaborative hub that will inspire their teams.

At Peldon Rose, working to beat MS is a cause that sits very close to our hearts. In 2014, we sadly lost our founder, Andrew Yates, to the condition at the age of just 52. Working closely with the team at The MS Society throughout the project, we shared this story and were honoured to learn that Andrew’s legacy will live on in The MS Society’s new workplace.

We are touched to share that The MS Society have named the ‘Yates Meeting Room’, after Andrew, for one of the rooms in their new space. Multiple Sclerosis is a lifelong condition that affects the brain and nerves. Around 130,000 people in the UK suffer from MS, and at the moment there is no cure. The MS Society is committed to funding world-leading research and works to make life better for people with MS. We look forward to watching their teams continue to pursue this mission in their new workplace. Read more about the project here.

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