Law firm issues 13,000 sq ft Liverpool requirement

Goldsmith Williams has retained agents Worthington Owen to find a 13,000 sq ft office in Liverpool city centre as it prepares to relocate 150 staff from Mersey Chambers off Chapel Street.

The practice is looking for modern premises to reflect its move to offering more services online. Adele Whittle, director of operations, explained: “The move is very much a natural progression for us as a growing, modern practice. Goldsmith Williams began as two modest offices, in the city and Wirral, more than 30 years ago. After considerable growth, we then moved to our much-loved Mersey Chambers, which has been the firm’s home for 15 years now, and of course we will all be a little sad to say goodbye.

“But our team remains committed to providing innovative services, some of the best in our industry, so it is only logical that we progress into a more modern, 21st century office space in the heart of Liverpool’s commercial district.

“It is a delight to announce this exciting news and we look forward to welcoming our loyal clients to our new space soon.”

Andrew Owen of Worthington Owen has been retained to act on behalf of the practice, which expects to reveal the location of its new office before the end of the year. In the meantime, all business will continue as usual.

Goldsmith Williams was founded in 1984 by Edward Goldsmith and Christopher Williams. In 1986 Simon Cottrell joined the firm as its third partner.

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That old office is a beautiful location. Hope they find somewhere equally as charming.

By franz

Mersey Chambers will offer scope for further diversification in the historic core.. the offices of the old Harrington shipping line overlooking St. Nicks church gardens and with unrivalled views of the Mersey and the cruise liner berths!

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