Leeds City Centre chambers reopens following six-figure refurbishment
A Leeds City Centre chambers has reopened following the completion of a six-figure refurbishment.
Parklane Plowden Chambers has seen its four-storey, 11,000 sq ft premises on Westgate reorganised to create a high-quality working environment for its members and staff colleagues which supports flexible work patterns and remote hearings.
James Murphy, head of chambers, Parklane Plowden said: “This investment demonstrates our commitment to further enhancing our reputation as a vibrant, progressive chambers alive to the evolving needs of clients, members and colleagues.
“Our shared purpose at Parklane Plowden is to make a positive difference in all we do through expert advice and advocacy combined with excellent client care.
“We’ve applied our ‘positive difference’ principle to the refurbishment and it has enabled us to create an outstanding place where talented people want to work. We very much look forward to welcoming clients back to our newly-refurbished premises.”
The refurbishment completion follows the set’s announcement last November of an evolved brand identity and a new website as part of its investment strategy to deliver continued expansion.
Parklane Plowden was formed in 2007 following the merger of Parklane Chambers in Leeds and Plowden Chambers in Newcastle.
The Leeds and Newcastle-based set specialises across seven key practice areas. These comprise personal injury and clinical negligence; family; employment; chancery and commercial; court of protection; insurance; and litigation costs and funding.
Leeds-based Bowman Riley Architects designed the new workspace and the fit-out was completed by Bradford-based Hurst Stores & Interiors. Shelby Group, a construction consultancy based in in Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire, managed the delivery of the project.
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