Another local law firm on the move to new office following years of continued growth

Another local law firm on the move to new office following years of continued growth
Staff at Buss Murton

Buss Murton Law, which can trace its roots in Tunbridge Wells back to 1713, has vacated its Wellington Gate offices in Church Road in favour of Wallside House, a detached office building in Mount Ephraim Road.

The firm, which has 11 partners, says the relocation comes as a result of continued growth over the last few years.

 The move brings together more than 40 staff specialising in offering legal services to both individuals and businesses in Tunbridge Wells and the South-East of England.

The new offices offer additional meeting space and parking for clients, are easily accessible from the train station, and also offer staff a large open-plan working environment.

Andrew Linton, Managing Partner at Buss Murton Law, said: “Our aim has always been to offer the best possible service to our clients and to support our experienced team in delivering that service.

“Our new surroundings will not only benefit our clients and staff but will also provide an ideal space for hosting events and seminars, and allow us to carry on our work in supporting other local businesses and charities on our doorstep.”

Buss Murton Law, which also has additional offices in Cranbrook and East Grinstead, is only the latest in a number of moves amid the thriving Tunbridge Wells legal sector.

At the end of last year, Thomson Snell & Passmore moved from its offices in Lonsdale Gardens to the 28,000 sq ft newly refurbished Heathervale House in Vale Avenue.

Three years earlier, Cripps (now Cripps Pemberton Greenish) moved from five separate buildings in the town into a 40,000 sq ft new office block on Mount Ephraim.


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