Isaac Lott Ensor is admitted to the Institute of Chartered Accountants. At this time, Isaac is trading from 17 Museum Street, Ipswich, alongside Mr John Frederick Titchmarsh, a fellow Chartered Accountant.
Now a qualified Chartered Accountant, Lionel joins his father in partnership and the name of the firm is changed to I L Ensor & Son.
The Felixstowe office opens in Felix Chambers, Hamilton Road – next door to the Playhouse. The offices were situated on the first floor above a dentist and solicitor, Haward & Ramsay.
Requiring more space, Bury office moves to 86 Whiting Street into premises that used to be a tea shop.
The Ipswich Elm Street premises are extended to overlook Princes Street but only five years later additional office space has to be taken in Queen Street, Ipswich.
Following Garfield Goult’s death in 1974, the firm’s name is shortened to Ensors.
The Ipswich office moves to Cardinal House in St Nicholas Street, site of the town’s former Hippodrome Theatre.
Ensors merge with Radfords Chartered Accountants, a West Suffolk firm with offices in Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill and Stowmarket.
Merge with The Kinnaird Partnership, Cambridge, and Robert Williams & Company, Huntingdon.
Cambridge office moves to offices on St John’s Innovation Park, providing easier access, more car parking and a better working environment.
Cambridge office moves to premises at Vision Park in Histon that offer a more modern working environment and greater usable space, thus allowing for the team’s expansion.
Huntingdon office moves into brand new premises in Alconbury in early 2023, while Ensors rebrands to reflect our contemporary practice, values and vision. Our new appearance is designed to raise our profile throughout the region and to connect with our core client base.