The new space was officially opened by the MP for Harlow, Robert Halfon on July 20.

The development comes in the wake of a period of rapid growth for Golden Houses Developments, which anticipates it will reach 100% capacity by the end of the year. Thanks to the new joinery workshop, the company is able to continue its growth and take on more projects in addition to the variety of A-list projects which they are currently involved with.

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is on the current client list and has who have appointed the company to provide a joinery package for its new stadium.

Golden Houses Developments is providing banqueted seating, waiters’ stations, bars, changing rooms and a media room for the state-of-the-art sports venue which is set to open in North London this year.

“This is a hugely exciting time for us as a company, as we expand our business and capabilities,” said Monika Slowikowska, gounder and managing director.

“It is always great to see a new business coming to Harlow with a view of expanding here too,” said Mr Halfon. “Golden Houses is providing jobs and skills to many locals, which can only be a good thing.”

Golden Houses Developments’ 18-strong workforce is also working on cabinetry for a high end Penthouse in Bolsover Street, Mayfair, as well as doors and wardrobes for three new build luxury houses in Blenheim Terrace, St John's Wood and many more.

Golden Houses Developments also plans to develop a line of ŒHealthy Furniture in the future; which will use only natural materials and environmentally-friendly paints.†

With a larger headquarters, the firm will have an excellent opportunity to grow its apprenticeship programme, from its current quota of six apprentices to at least 20 in the next year.