National commercial property specialists Matthews & Goodman have acted on behalf of leading Chester law firm Storrar Cowdry to acquire new, larger office premises to support their growth plans.
Matthews & Goodman, which has offices in Liverpool and Manchester, were instructed to identify suitable opportunities in the city and consequently agreed a new lease at 16 White Friars, Chester: a self contained Grade 2 listed property totalling 5,682 sqft.
The move to consolidate Storrar Cowdry’s two former Chester offices into one larger location will deliver a more effective and efficient work space, which will in turn reflect the future needs of the business and its clients.
Darlene Storrar, Managing Partner at Storrar Cowdry commented, “After a thorough search for the right location for our growing team, we are very pleased to have moved to ideal premises, located conveniently in the centre of Chester. We are confident that our new office will provide an excellent base from which to further enhance our presence in Chester and to continue to build our profile in the North West.”
Prior to commitment to the lease, Matthews & Goodman’s building consultancy team undertook the preparation of a detailed Schedule of Condition, to protect Storrar Cowdry’s occupational liability.
David Laws, Partner at Matthews & Goodman commented, “We were delighted to assist Storrar Cowdry with the identification and negotiation of premises to support the expansion of this well respected business. The new building will provide an excellent location to accommodate the future business and serve its prestigious client base.”
Following the acquisition, Matthews & Goodman also acted for the purchaser of Storrar Cowdry’s former office premises in the city centre, which benefit from residential planning consent.
Dominic Evans, Partner at Matthews & Goodman commented, “Through a joined up approach to client service provision Matthews & Goodman have been able to demonstrate our ability to fully understand our client’s objectives and deliver exceptional solutions.”
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