National law firm Bevan Brittan has announced plans to move to a new location in Birmingham, after seeing significant growth in its team in the city.

The move from One Temple Row to 45 Church Street coincides with the appointment of Property Partner, Rebecca Pendlebury as the new Head of Office for the firm in the Midlands, while its total number of colleagues in the region has passed the landmark figure of 100.

The firm will move to the new office in spring, marking the latest stage in its expansion in the Midlands and its growth nationally. Last year, the firm announced its ninth consecutive year of growth as revenues topped £60m for the first time.

Rebecca said: “With over 100 colleagues based out of our Birmingham office, our new home at Church Street is a really exciting move for us and the next stage of our story in Birmingham and the wider Midlands region.

“Our new location will strike the right balance for everyone in our team, and continue our development in the Midlands as we work with more clients across our existing and emerging markets.”

Bevan Brittan has made a host of notable appointments in Birmingham in recent years, such as IT and Commercial Partner Ash Woodcock, Construction Partner Helen Andrews and Higher Education Corporate Partner Rachel Soundy. Others include Senior Associate William Cursham, who joined the dispute resolution team, and Louise Mansfield, a Legal Director who specialises in health and safety and criminal regulatory law.

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