Leading law firm Jackson Lees has opened a new spacious office in a Grade II listed building in the heart of Hoylake.
The law firm, which operates across six offices in Merseyside and Manchester, has relocated its West Kirby office to the new base in Hoylake to offer an enhanced client experience with better facilities and improved accessibility.
Head of Family Law at Jackson Lees, Jenniffer Brunt, a family law specialist with over 20 years’ experience will head-up the new office which will see over 30 members of the firm’s Family, Wills and Property teams relocate. Head of Wills, Trusts & Probate, Mark Duckworth, who has over 35 years’ experience and property solicitor, Stuart Royden, will also be based at the office.
Jenniffer Brunt said: “This is a brilliant move for the business. We’re thrilled to be launching our beautiful, spacious new offices in such a close-knit, vibrant community and to be bringing our expert team to the new location – just a few minutes’ drive from our old offices in West Kirby.
“Client experience was the primary motivation for moving; matching our first class service with outstanding facilities. We’re so pleased to now be able to welcome clients and employees to a comfortable, well-equipped and most importantly, easily-accessible office environment where they know they will be well looked after.”
The office is based in a modernised, Grade II listed building in the heart of the picturesque village just a stone’s throw away from Hoylake railway station. Laid out over three floors, the office features open-plan, ground floor meeting rooms and a boardroom which will be used for meeting clients, hosting events and training sessions.
Brian Cullen, Chief Executive Officer, said: “Jackson Lees has had a presence in the Wirral in various guises since 1889 and our commitment to the borough is as strong as ever. Both our Heswall and Birkenhead offices will continue operations as normal and we look forward to continuing to make a positive difference and supporting the Wirral community to thrive.”
“It is so exciting to be a part of Hoylake’s lively community. We’re looking forward to getting to know our neighbours and to making a positive contribution to the life of the village,” Jenniffer added.