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01 May 2019

Buckinghamshire law firm B P Collins announces new London office

Simon Deans

Simon Deans

Tel: 01753 279022 | 07841 672809

Gina Connell

Gina Connell

Tel: 01753 279093 | 07894 608221

Steve Perry

Steve Perry

Tel: 01753 279006 | 07894 607841

Today (1 May 2019), Buckinghamshire law firm B P Collins has opened its first London office following strong demand from clients. It is located in the City close to St Paul’s Cathedral.

The Grade A office space will accommodate lawyers from all practices including corporate and commercial, employment, dispute resolution, property, private client and family.  It will also offer B P Collins’ newly promoted business development manager, Steve Perry, more access to London clients.

Senior partner Simon Deans said: “We pride ourselves on our relationships with clients; and by being closer to them in London, we are set to strengthen these even further.  

“It makes complete sense for the firm to branch out into London. Out of the 1000 new clients that we advised in the past 12 months, many were based in the capital and our lawyers spend a lot of time in London with clients during the week.

“The opening of the office in London also allows the firm to be open to new services that are often London centric.”

Gina Connell, BD, marketing and infrastructure director, added: “A remarkable team effort has meant the new London office of B P Collins has taken just four months to move from an idea to a reality and we are delighted it has opened today.

“It’s in a great location for the team and we are looking forward to welcoming all our clients, and new contacts, over the coming months and years.”

B P Collins’ two offices will mean that clients will now have the option of meeting in London or in Buckinghamshire. 

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