Reddie & Grose LLP has signed a lease for space in The White Chapel Building and will be relocating its London office there in 2017. Our correct contact details will be updated here at the relevant time.
Reddie & Grose has expanded considerably in recent years. The firm expects to continue to grow its team of patent and trade mark attorneys to further improve its service to clients seeking intellectual property services. The firm has been in its Theobalds Road premises since 1977 and looked for appropriate, modern offices that could accommodate all its present and future staff for the next ten years.
The White Chapel Building is immediately next to Aldgate East Tube station and is ten minutes’ walk from Liverpool Street mainline station. It is conveniently located for London City airport and is also near to the future Whitechapel Crossrail station, which will provide a fast rail link to Heathrow airport. The move next year will bring R&G close to the City of London and put the firm at the heart of a vibrant area popular with innovators, entrepreneurs, and designers.
The building is currently undergoing complete refurbishment and will provide a modern, welcoming environment for visitors with excellent facilities for clients.
Reddie & Grose LLP was advised by Farebrother on its search for a new office. Property law advice was provided by Mills & Reeve. The firm has put in place the professional team for the fit-out and relocation. The construction project manager is Trident Building Consultancy, the architect is MCM Architecture, M&E consultant is Taylor Project Services and IT/AV consultancy is provided by Cordless Consultants.
Jan Vleck, Partner at Reddie & Grose LLP, commented:
“This is great news for the firm. Our London offices have become out-dated and are no longer suitable for our needs. The move to the White Chapel Building will give us the opportunity to move all our staff onto a single floor of a modern office building and this will enable us to work together more efficiently and effectively, for the benefit of clients and staff alike.”