Edinburgh-based adviser platform Nucleus has been forced to close its head office due to flooding.
After adverse weather overnight, the firm said it was moving to another site in order to try and keep disruption to a minimum. PA understands the closure was a precautionary measure - the main work areas were unaffected but common areas, such as stairwells, were troubled.
Nucleus said: "Due to adverse weather, we have experienced some flooding and had to close our head office. We're moving to another site to help keep disruption to a minimum. If you need to contact us, please use Jira/email where possible. We're sorry for any inconvenience and will keep you updated."
The firm did not say whether the office closure would affect the running of the platform itself.
The Met Office has issued a ‘yellow' weather warning for thunderstorms in Scotland and the north of England from midday to 9pm on Thursday 11 July. It said there was a "small chance" homes and businesses could be flooded quickly and there was a similar chance of fast-flowing or deep floodwater that could cause danger to life.
The UK's official source of weather news said there was a slight chance that power cuts could occur and other services to homes and businesses could be lost.