Taylors moving up in the world
Niche commercial law firm Taylors Solicitors has secured a move of their Manchester operations to prestigious new premises at the re-developed St James’s Tower.
The Charlotte Street offices, located on the seventh floor and situated in the centre of Manchester's business district, offers the growing law firm high-quality office space with views across the city.
Elaine Hurn, managing partner at Taylors, said: “We are extremely pleased to have secured the move and despite COVID, we are operational from the start of December.”
Taylors, who have their headquarters at Rawlings House in Blackburn, has built its reputation providing high-quality personal service support and advice to its commercial client base through a first-hand understanding of their clients’ business priorities and specific requirements.
Elaine added: “St James’s Tower is somewhere where we are able to continue carry out face-to-face business, which we feel is highly important for the type of clients and intermediaries our Manchester team deal with, whilst facilitating agile working and an improved working environment for our staff.”
Taylors’ Manchester office, headed by partner Andrew Livesey, supports the firms Business Support Restructuring and Insolvency team and its Property Finance and Commercial Property teams.
“The events of 2020 have made us all reflect on what we want and need from an office environment. With new technology in place we can offer the best of both worlds.
“As things get back to some sort of normality next year, we look forward to meeting our clients face-to-face again in our new surroundings.”