Leading national law firm Duncan Lewis Solicitors is delighted to announce that its head office will be relocating to a new office space in Sackville House, 143-149 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 6BN.
Duncan Lewis Solicitors has a number of offices nationwide and will be moving its head office from Harrow, Middlesex to the heart of the city of London in EC3. It will occupy the fourth and seventh floors of Sackville House, approximately 8,000 square feet, with 24/7 security. The company retains a serviced office in Harrow for pre-scheduled appointments only.
The new head office will be located opposite 20 Fenchurch Street (“The Walkie-Talkie” building) and is close to Leadenhall Market, The Bank of England and a short walk to London Bridge, Tower Bridge and St Katherine Dock. The new office is easily accessible to staff and clients through its excellent transport links including nearby train stations Aldgate, Monument, Fenchurch Street, Tower Hill and Bank, and Liverpool Street and London Bridge are a 12-15 minute walk.
Highly regarded firm and the Law Society’s 2020 ‘Large Law Firm of the Year’, Duncan Lewis Solicitors, provides access to expert legal advice, at a range of funding options to clients across over 25 areas of law, throughout England and Wales. The new Sackville House head office will be home to the following departments: Claims against Public Authorities; Civil Liberties and Human Rights; Clinical Negligence; Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution; Court of Protection; Immigration for individuals and business; Landlord and Tenant/Social Housing; Personal Injury; Professional Negligence and Public and Administrative Law. From this new head office lawyers will also continue to remotely provide legal services across England and Wales.
After consolidating offices in Barnet, Croydon, Dalston, Harrow and Shephard’s Bush, the relocation of its head office marks a significant milestone in the firm’s long term strategic plans which are focused on expanding its reach, developing its private client practice whilst also remaining committed to its publicly funded legal services. The move allows the firm and its lawyers a wider scope, and greater accessibility to clients, courts and barristers’ chambers.
Adjustments and technological developments made by the firm in 2020 enabled a smooth transition from office to working from home at the height of the pandemic. The firm ensured high quality services and client care, whilst also protecting its staff, clients and wider communities. The firm’s Covid-19 policy and safety measures can be found on its website. Beyond Covid-19 and lockdown restrictions the firm will continue offering its services via video and telephone conferencing for the convenience of its clients that wish to instruct in this manner.