9th April 2018
Thrings enters the latest phase in its relatively short but highly successful association with Hampshire today with the firm taking up residence at new, fit-for-purpose commercial premises in Romsey.
Thrings staff in Hampshire have made the 10-mile journey across the county to the new offices at Stuart Court on the Broadlands estate after the firm outgrew its existing premises at International House on the Southampton International Business Park.
The 7,776 sq ft space – more than nine times the size of the Thrings’ offices in Southampton when it launched in Hampshire in 2016 – will provide a home for staff for at least the next decade after the firm signed a 10-year lease.
The premises - a former barn - consist of an open plan office, meeting rooms with communication facilities, a theatre style meeting room, break-out areas, quiet rooms and a sizeable space for hosting events and entertaining clients.
Simon Holdsworth, managing partner of Thrings, said: “Eighteen months ago we made the decision to expand our UK footprint, and since then we have continued building links with the farming and landed estates communities, enhanced our offering to private clients and strengthened our commercial team.
“But rather than relocate to an anonymous out-of-town business park, we have opted for premises which we believe will support our future growth plans, provide clients with city-standard commercial facilities in a rural setting and offer staff a new and exciting working environment.”
The move to Stuart Court comes just weeks after Thrings recommitted to the London legal market by signing a long-term lease on new commercial premises at St Andrew's House in the heart of the City’s legal and financial districts.
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