Weightmans recruits new real estate team in Manchester
The team has seen an influx of new talent and expertise in recent months
National law firm Weightmans has welcomed a team of four new lawyers to its Built Environment team in Manchester, as the department’s ambitious recruitment drive continues apace.
Solicitors Rowan Thomas, Nicholas Lowe, Natasha Jordan and Natasha Frayne bring a wealth of experience to Weightmans, working across the firm’s full service built environment offering with leading national clients across a number of sectors. They join the firm from Trowers & Hamlin, Kuits, Hill Dickinson and Adie Pepperdine, respectively.
The news comes after Weightmans’ Manchester offices relocated to brand new 18,000 sq. ft. premises at No.1 Spinningfields in a move that saw 150 staff from two Manchester offices brought together for the first time.
Andrea Steventon, Partner at Weightmans said:
“This is more than an increase in team numbers; this is a large-scale investment in the highest quality of legal advice, knowledge and client service.
“We are committed to providing a highly motivated, knowledgeable and driven team to support our clients both in Manchester and across the UK — our latest appointments are a testament to this and I am delighted to welcome these four very talented legal minds on board.”
With legal experts based across the firm’s seven offices, Weightmans’ Built Environment department is a nationally recognised practice providing a comprehensive service for construction projects, disputes and all aspects of real estate and property law for both the public and private sectors, tenants and developers.
Picture caption L-R: Rowan Thomas, Natasha Jordan, Nicholas Lowe and Natasha Frayne