A message from Ian Shovlin, Senior Partner at Higgs & Sons
As I am sure you already know, Higgs & Sons has been working for some time to locate and secure new premises to accommodate our continued growth, to better reflect us as a firm, and to improve our service to clients
I am therefore delighted to formally announce to you that we have secured a deal to move our 170-strong team to prestigious new offices on the Waterfront in Brierley Hill.
The move to Westfield’s 3 Waterfront Business Park will create the largest legal office in the Black Country and comes on the back of a strong performance in 2009, which saw the firm grow in terms of turnover and team.
The move means that we can continue to offer our clients the very best legal advice but now in a purpose designed building which not only meets our requirements today but also as we grow in the future. In 2009 we added 14 new lawyers to our team plus four trainees.
Inserted below are a number of artist’s impressions of our new offices, please click onto the thumbnails images to have a look.
This is one of the biggest events in our 135 year history. We believe the move is great news for both our expanding team and our clients. We are committed to the region and when looking to move, one of our main priorities was to remain based in the Black Country, as an ideal location to enable us to continue to represent our clients in the area and beyond. We’re pleased to have found such a prestigious facility on our doorstep.
The move will bring together our teams which are currently based across offices in Brierley Hill and Stourbridge. We will keep our presence in Kingswinford in order to serve the local community.
We believe that the new property is a true reflection of Higgs and our vision for the future. The move is scheduled for February 2010 and we look forward to welcoming you to our new home.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions or comments regarding this announcement.
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