Boutique law firm restructures with new focus on property

Landsmiths' new office

A boutique Nottingham property law firm has changed its name 12 months after embarking on a programme that has seen it focus solely on property.

Elvin Moore Solicitors has now become Landsmiths Solicitors, headed by directors Vik Moothia and Rachel Briggs, after a restructuring programme that will see it offer residential and commercial property services.

Moothia said: “The Landsmiths name and brand is to reflect what we do and who we are … we are property lawyers, we work with all things and matters that relate to land and buildings … we are a team that work collaboratively and share the same objectives, we are not just the names over the door or on the letterhead.

“We are traditional in our client service values but embrace and instigate change, modernisation and progression in our working practices to provide the best service possible.”

Landsmiths’ client roster includes the likes of 200 Degrees, Birds, Rush Hair and Go-Plant, and the firm has been involved in transactions relating to some well-known properties and property projects in Nottingham and beyond.

The firm has recently moved to new offices in Stoney Street in Nottingham, which it will be officially launching as soon as restrictions allow.