Legal firm flies pre-war nest to 21st Century office space

It has been at its current base since before the Second World War '“ but now an established law firm has made its move.

Tuesday, 7th March 2017, 9:45 am
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 10:40 am
Bennett Griffin party to celebrate the opening of their new offices in Liverpool Gardens. Picture by Vervate SUS-170603-133545001

Bennett Griffin has been a fixture in Warwick Street , Worthing, since the 1930s.

But last Thursday it celebrated the opening of its new offices in nearby Liverpool Gardens.

The ribbon was cut by Worthing mayor Sean McDonald.

Stephen Hollamby, managing partner of Bennett Griffin, said: “We are delighted that the mayor took time from his busy schedule to mark the opening of our new offices.

“It’s an exciting time for Bennett Griffin. While we were sad to leave our old Warwick Street home, the move marks the start of a new chapter for the firm.

“We’re still in the heart of the town but we now have the space to grow our talented team, attracting the very best lawyers, so that we can better support the people and businesses of Worthing and the surrounding areas.

“We’re holding firmly onto our core values of providing the best possible service and legal advice, but our new offices will allow our teams to work even more closely together which will help us in providing the very best care and commitment to our clients.”