Property consultancy secures law firm first office space in Birmingham

Vail Williams’ Senior Surveyor Matt Cureton, seated centre, with members of the Hill Dickinson team at Louisa Ryland House in Birmingham

A law firm has extended its operations into Birmingham through a deal facilitated by property consultancy Vail Williams.

Hill Dickinson has expanded its commercial law services and secured over 2,500 sq ft of office space in the heart of Birmingham City.

Operations commenced on February 1st at the historic Grade II-listed Louisa Ryland House, located in Birmingham’s Colmore Business District.

Vail Williams’ senior surveyor, Matt Cureton, and regional managing partner, Carole Taylor, represented Hill Dickinson in the deal.

The addition of two new partners, Nick Dawson and Emma Callow, has also enabled Hill Dickinson to establish a dedicated presence in Birmingham for the first time.

Cureton said: “We have a long-standing professional relationship with Hill Dickinson and we were honoured to have been tasked with the search, acquisition and negotiations on Louisa Ryland House. We look forward to an ongoing association with Hill Dickinson, especially through referrals, as the dynamic Birmingham commercial property market continues to thrive.”

Keith Feeny, director of IT and operations at Hill Dickinson said: “Having a presence in Birmingham is an important step in Hill Dickinson’s national growth strategy and we wanted our address and our office to reflect that. Matt and Carole at Vail Williams did an excellent job in helping us find our new premises at Louisa Ryland House. We’re delighted to be in Birmingham and look forward to welcoming new and existing clients to our very modern and exciting new home.”

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