Leading local law firm looks to the future in new state of the art premises

Leading local law firm looks to the future in new state of the art premises

Hamers, one of the best known legal names in the area, has recently moved from its long standing city centre location to Priory Park, bringing together its commercial and private client teams for the first time in over two decades.

The move which is completed this week will see the company offering a wider range of services to both commercial and private clients all under one roof, making it easy and convenient for them to get the help and expertise they require.

The firm’s decision to move to Priory Park followed a long and arduous property search. The choice to move out of the city centre was a tough one having been established in Scale Lane in the heart of the city since the early nineties. The need for more space and easy access prompted the company to consider a move to Priory Park.

Jim Wyatt, Partner said: “We’re committed to serving the people of Hull and moving out of the area was never a consideration. The Hamers name has been present in Hull for a long time and we see this move as an important progression to offer businesses and private clients the services they require on their own terms.

“Our new offices provide us with a modern and welcoming facility in which to meet our clients ensuring that we continue to offer the highest possible level of customer service.

“Our new signage is visible from the A63 as you enter the city giving our new identity greater exposure.”

Statics show that in the past two decades the Yorkshire & Humber region has suffered from the decline of traditional manufacturing industries which have been partly offset by growth in the financial and legal sectors. The company’s decision to remain based in Hull will help to support the city’s economic transformation.

The move into the new modern, purpose built offices follows the company’s recent re-brand. The company is currently re-viewing all of its marketing collateral and its new and improved website should be ready for launch at the end of this month.