Goldsmith Williams Solicitors to relocate – Liverpool firm reveals location of office move

Published: 09/03/2017

City centre law firm Goldsmith Williams has today announced it will relocate to a new office space in 20 Chapel Street.

The custom-designed 13,000-square foot space will see the firm retain its strong presence in the heart of the Liverpool commercial district.

However, the move will be a huge leap forward for the growing practice, seeing it opt for a modern, state-of-the-art premise. Currently, Goldsmith Williams’ 165-strong staff is based in the historic Mersey Chambers.

The new office will reflect the firm’s contemporary and developing approach to client services. Over the past year, Goldsmith Williams has transformed its online services, including the Goldsmith Williams app, to provide one of the most innovative customer experiences in the sector.

Director of Operations Adele Whittle explains:

“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 it is only logical that we now progress into a more modern, 21st century space in the heart of Liverpool’s commercial district. Our contemporary work practices – we are one of the only legal firms in the country to really embrace agile working – and innovative, technology-driven services, demand it.

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

The firm will gradually relocate its staff to the new office space in coming months.

Business will continue as usual during this time.

Completed in 2008, 20 Chapel Street comprises 155,000 sq ft of grade-a office space across 15 floors. Canmoor purchased the freehold for the building in June 2016 and is investing £3 million in a refurbishment programme at the scheme, which includes a significant expansion of the ground floor and reception area.

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