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Barr Ellison Solicitors – commercial property
1 April, 2016 - 10:23 By Kate Sweeney

Tees Law brings two new firms into Cambridge business

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Irena Spence & Co Solicitors, with offices in Cambridge and Comberton, and Royston-based Limbach Banham Solicitors have merged into Tees Law, and its financial services arm Tees Financial. The joining firms will become known as Tees Law.

The mergers will see the Cambridge office of Irena Spence & Co combined with the Tees Law office in Castle Street, Cambridge. Limbach Banham’s St John Street office in Royston will become Tees Law’s fifth office location.

In addition to Cambridge, Tees already has offices in Bishop’s Stortford, Saffron Walden and Chelmsford. Irena Spence & Co’s Comberton branch will be amalgamated within Tees’ Cambridge and new Royston offices.

Irena Spence & Co has a team of 10 people who will all become part of Tees providing additional conveyancing, private client and family advice expertise. Irena Spence, who founded the firm in 1998, will join Tees as a partner, based in Cambridge, in the residential property team.

Limbach Banham has been practising in Royston for over 100 years. The team of eight staff will continue to be based in Royston and the firm’s partner, Pamela Parker, will become a consultant with Tees Law.

It will continue to provide private client, residential and commercial property services whilst also offering a wider range of services to clients in the growing town of Royston and the surrounding villages.

Tees senior partner, David Redfern, said: “We’re delighted to announce these mergers which demonstrate our commitment to careful and considered growth. Both firms reflect our own values which focus on ensuring that we deliver a high quality service to the local community. We look forward to welcoming the staff of both firms and to the contribution I am sure they will make to Tees Law and to our clients.”
 

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