Law firm Wilkin Chapman has opened a new office in Oxley House on Louth’s Fairfield Industrial Estate, welcoming more than 70 professional contacts across the region to the new premises.
The company has combined its Louth and Horncastle teams at Oxley House, where it will will occupy the first floor of the 10,000 square foot development, with the building’s owner, accountancy and business advisers Duncan & Toplis, due to move into the rest of it.
Claire Parker, Partner and head of the new Wolds office at Wilkin Chapman Solicitors, said: “The new development looks absolutely fantastic and provides us with a modern, flexible environment that’s better suited to hybrid working and the changing needs of our clients.
“The move represents our continued commitment to the Lincolnshire Wolds area, giving us a space that will allow for improved collaboration and communication between our colleagues and clients with the availability of plenty of parking, something which we weren’t previously able to offer.
“The new office will help us to support our clients, team members and the wider community for many years to come.”