The Camberley team are on the move!

Following a very busy year for the team of solicitors at our Camberley office, this week sees them ‘upping sticks’ and relocating to larger premises.

Monday 29 June was the first day that the team operated from their new, more spacious offices situated on the first floor of St Georges House on Knoll Street. The move means that for the first time the whole team of lawyers and support staff will be able to work in an open plan environment, which will boost communication and team work. The new location is also easier for people to find, being just opposite the Camberley Theatre and the Surrey Heath Council offices.

The team, who offer a range of legal services for individuals, families, businesses and organisations, have been looking forward to moving to larger premises and expanding the office even further in the near future.

Managing Partner Paul Harvey commented,
“I am delighted to be expanding our Camberley office with a relocation to larger premises and the new offices on Knoll Road are going to make for a great working environment for the team. Camberley is an exciting place to be at the moment, with recent plans for the regeneration of the town centre including London Road, the High Street, Knoll Road and Pembroke Broadway. Our team has also identified and increase in demand for our business legal services, so it really is a good time to be investing in the Camberley area.”

The team will be holding a launch party in the new offices towards the end of the summer and anyone wishing to be invited can email [email protected] or call 01276 686 005 to be included on the list.

Morrisons Solicitors LLP boasts a 286-year history and is one of the largest firms covering Surrey and South West London with offices in Woking, Redhill, Wimbledon and Teddington.



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