Law firm Addleshaw Goddard moves in Leeds

Law firm Addleshaw Goddard has signed a 17 year lease for new office premises in Leeds, across the road from its current base, Business Desk reports.

The commercial law firm is relocating from Sovereign House to the new Bruntwood and Kier Property building, 3 Sovereign Square in late 2016.

The firm is reported to be taking three of the five floors within the 93,240 sq ft Grade A building. At street level 3 Sovereign Square will have 10,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space, providing staff and clients with a range of amenities.

Tim Wheldon, head of Addleshaws’ Leeds office, which traces its roots in the region back to 1775, said: “Our current building has served us well but the move to 3 Sovereign Square offers us the opportunity to plan for the requirements of our business, clients and people for the next 17 years. The space at 3 Sovereign Square is excellently well suited to our needs.

“Location has been a key driver in our decision making process. Situated just across the road from where we are now the new building allows the firm to remain at the heart of the local business community to provide a better experience for our clients and a first class working environment for our people. ”


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