New offices spell sustainability for London trademark attorney
A UK trademark attorney has announced that it has moved its London office to a new building as part of its commitment to sustainability.
Forresters, which previously had its capital offices in Cannon Street, has moved into The Gherkin, which is an energy-saving tower in the centre of London.
The company has said that the move is part of its commitment to growth and sustainability.
The building uses natural ventilation to cut down on the amount of air-conditioning, as well as natural insulated offices.
Lloyd Hoarton, managing partner at Forresters, commented: “We chose The Gherkin as our new office location because the building is an iconic feature of London’s skyline, and was built with longevity and sustainability in mind.
“As Forresters continues to grow we not only want to continue providing the best possible service to our clients, but we want to do it in an increasingly eco-friendly way.
“Our move to the Gherkin is just one of the ways we are building on our sustainable objectives.
“The coronavirus pandemic will undoubtedly have long-lasting effects on working practices and how we service our clients.
“Therefore, we have created a more efficient office space, which combines seamlessly with our remote working capabilities.
“This includes enhanced phone and video conferencing capabilities, to provide a continually evolving collaborative and quality service to our clients.
“We are continuing to embrace modern working practices including fileless working and a paper-lite office to reduce our impact on the environment and support the growth of Forresters.
“The service we provide to our clients will continue to be seamless as we ensure they have the correct IP protection in place for a post-Brexit market.”
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