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Mundays opens new office in London

21st July 2015

We are pleased to announce the opening of our new office in London.

Opening in London is in response to client demands, and it forms part of our long-term growth strategy. 

The firm’s second office is located at 1 Berkeley Street, Mayfair. 

The new office will be staffed full-time, with a number of partners from the firm’s property team splitting their time between Cobham and London. Initially, these will be David Willis (Head of Residential Conveyancing), James Lawrence (Partner, Residential Development) and Pippa Beesley (Partner, Construction).

In time other Mundays teams covering Commercial Property, Corporate Commercial, Dispute Resolution, Private Wealth and Family will also be in regular attendance as the firm builds its London office offering.

Commenting on the new office, Managing Partner Valerie Toon, said:

“Given our growing number of London-based clients, this new office is very much a natural progression for the firm, enabling us to be more accessible.

“Although the current and traditional Mundays market in North Surrey and South West London remains very much at the heart of the firm’s strategy and future, we see our new London office as an exciting step forward as the firm continues to grow and evolve.

“This new office opening is part of our overall growth plan, and in the next few years we hope to grow our presence in the capital.”

** PLEASE NOTE: Since the release of this notification, we have since moved to a new London location Mundays LLP 2-3 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London W1S 2XB our telephone numbers have remained the same **

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