AST Hampsons, Solicitors Announces Office Expansion

Solicitors, are delighted to share news of the expansion of their Bury office at Waterfold Business Park to accommodate their growing team.

They have taken the nextdoor unit and knocked through to add to their existing premises. The expanded office space has allowed room for the growth of the Bury office as well allowing the Litigation and Accounts Departments to relocate from the Rochdale office.

James Taylor – Partner, said: “In 2019 we took the decision to move from our old premises on Knowsley Street, Bury, which we had outgrown, to purpose-built office space at Waterfold Business Park. This move took us away from the high street, but we feel we have managed to retain the original spirit of the firm, which is very much a “family feel” wanting to serve the local community and provide a personal touch to our clients, but at the same time adapt to a changing market and reach out to all types of clients. With bespoke office space, we have worked more efficiently as a team and, being conveniently located just off the M66 and by the Village Hotel and with a more comfortable environment for ourselves and our clients as well as free parking, we have been able to better serve both local clients and those travelling from further afield.

When the opportunity came up to take the next-door unit, it seemed the ideal opportunity to expand the office further and merge our Rochdale offices, which are now exclusively based in our South Parade office. Over the last twenty years, we have steadily grown the Bury office, which is now five times its original size. We now have room to grow further which is exciting!”

AST Hampsons look forward to welcoming existing and new clients to their expanded office space as they continue to provide trusted and reliable advice with that personal touch.

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