Law firm Browne Jacobson are to move their Nottingham office to Mowbray House, adjacent to the HM Customs and Revenue offices in the Southside Business District.
This is more great news for the growing business district and Browne Jacobson will join the likes of Capital One, Ikano, Shoosmiths, Crytek, Capital One, Nottingham City Council and East Midlands Trains.
The story from Insider Magazine:
“Browne Jacobson, which also has offices in Birmingham and London, had been looking to move out of its 44 Castle Gate offices for some time.
The firm has decided to move into the Grade A office space, which was designed by Hopkins in the 1990s. At the time it was widely seen as a pioneering green project in the UK.
Jones Lang LaSalle’s Nottingham office acted for Mapeley on the deal.
Lorraine Baggs, trade and investment manager at Invest in Nottingham told Insider: “Browne Jacobson, as one of Nottingham’s top law firms, are an integral part of the city’s business community and an active member of the Invest in Nottingham Club. We’re delighted that its roots will remain in the city during its expansion programme.
“Its move to Southside business district further strengthens the offer in the area and will encourage more occupiers to consider the new and existing schemes available.”
In 2010/11 the firm announced five new partner and 13 associate promotions. Three additional partners were recruited to the firm, including Peter Ware, Kate Andrews and Juliette Shaw, bringing the total number of lawyers at the firm to 283.
Managing partner, Iain Blatherwick, said: “We are delighted to have broken through the £35m barrier, posting our best ever turnover figures in a market which remains very competitive.
“The growth has been achieved through winning new clients and new work, by working harder and finding innovative ways of delivering our service.”
Source: Insider Magazine