Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Lincolnshire conveyancing firm confirmed as finalists for three national awards

Fletcher Longstaff, a conveyancing firm based in Lincolnshire, has been shortlisted as finalists for three national conveyancing awards.

The firm has been shortlisted for Conveyancing Firm of the Year in the Midlands as well as National Conveyancing Firm of the Year at the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2019.

The company which has recently relocated its offices at Burton Waters has also been shortlisted for Innovation of the Year.

The news comes shortly after founder and Managing Director of Fletcher Longstaff, Adam Cheal won Entrepreneur of the Year at the Lincolnshire Technology and Innovation Awards.

Reacting to the shortlisting, Adam said: “It’s great to be recognised by these national awards, especially being shortlisted for three separate categories. It’s a credit to the fantastic team we have built and another reason to be proud of the work that we do.”

The Modern Law Conveyancing Awards, now in their fourth year, are to be held at The Rum Warehouse in Liverpool on the 18th of July this year.

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