Law firm Thrings is to move to a new London office, which it says will help it develop its services for international clients looking to invest in the UK and UK clients with interests overseas.
“Our teams of specialist commercial and private client lawyers in London act for UK and international clients on a range of issues, and it is imperative that these clients continue to receive first-class legal advice in a modern, spacious and fit-for-purpose commercial office environment,” said Simon Holdsworth, managing partner.
The new office is on the seventh floor at St Andrew’s House, located between the City of London and Midtown. The move is part of what the firm described as “ongoing growth strategy”. The London team was previously based at Kinnaird House on Pall Mall.
“Thrings is a progressive and ambitious law firm with a strong reputation for providing first-class commercial and private client legal services,” said Mr Holsworth. “The move to new commercial offices is an extremely positive one, which provides us with an opportunity to refresh our London offering and restate our commitment to clients in the capital for another ten years.”
The firm will move to the new location on 12 March. As well as London, where it has had a presence since 2007 it has offices in Bath, Bristol, Southampton and Swindon.
The London move is not the only relocation the firm is carrying out in 2018. In April, staff in Hampshire will transfer from International House on the Southampton International Business Park to larger, fully refurbished premises on the Broadlands estate in Romsey.
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