PracticeConsultingSaffery Champness moves into new HQ

Saffery Champness moves into new HQ

Top 20 firm Saffery Champness has today moved into a new central London office 'to accommodate the continuing growth of the practice'.

The firm has acquired a 15-year lease on an office on Red Lion Street after it was sourced by mid-town specialists, Farebrother Chartered Surveyors.

Clive Nicholson, Saffery Champness’ managing partner, said: ‘Lion House will provide us with about 10,000 square feet of expansion space to accommodate future growth.

‘We are also investing in the facilities and infrastructure required to keep us at the leading edge in terms of efficiency and client service, as well as providing a working environment to attract the best talent available to the firm,’ he added.

The firm has 43 partners and over 300 staff, and currently has eight regional offices in the UK.

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