Cartwright King Solicitors Relocate to Lock House Nottingham

Posted June 2015

Cartwright King solicitors have signed a new lease of refurbished offices at Lock House, Castle Meadow Road in Nottingham.

The move from their current offices at Norwich Union House in the Old Market Square, is after several months of mergers and acquisitions, resulting in the firm looking for more modern premises in a more easily accessible location.

The firm will be moving into the new offices shortly, which consists of an open plan first floor suite of 6,000 sq ft.

James Hall of Geo Hallam and Sons acting for a pension fund client of Knight Frank Investment Management commented, “My client is delighted to have completed this lease to Cartwright King which proves the value of the refurbishment work recently undertaken to the first floor offices and ground floor entrance lobby. Cartwright King join other professional services occupiers Browne Jacobson and Oakbrook Finance at Lock House.”

Rupert Hawke, managing director of Cartwright King said “After a year of continuous expansion and mergers we have decided to relocate closer to the Courts in Nottingham. This will be of benefit to not only our clients, but also our staff.

The layout of our new offices also means that our teams will be located across one floor, leading to greater communication and collaboration between departments.’