Andrew Jackson moves to new office in York

Andrew Jackson Solicitors has officially opened its newly refurbished premises on Foss Islands Road in York.

The law firm, which has taken a 15-year lease on Foss Islands House, has grown since opening its first office in York several years ago and has recently bolstered its client offer with several senior appointments.

Mark Pearson-Kendall, managing partner of Andrew Jackson, commented: “This move marks the end of a very busy year of growth for the firm in York, and we have exciting plans for 2019. Individuals and businesses have more choice than ever before in the legal market place but we believe that success in our profession is fundamentally built on great relationships, experience, quality advice and tailoring what we do to meet our clients’ needs and circumstances.”

“Our new offices provide us with the perfect environment to deliver these services for our clients and to continue to build on the strong relationships we have developed with the business community in York.”

The announcement follows a successful year for the firm, with the completion of several high-profile deals and transactions, including acting for the Kexgill Group, a long-standing client of corporate partner Philip Ashworth, on a £60 million University Quarter housing project in Hull.

Pearson-Kendall continued: “Our relocation coincides with the publication of leading industry guide Chambers and Partners, which has for several years placed Andrew Jackson as being among the UK’s leading law firms. The numerous recommendations we receive in Chambers’ annual guide are always very important to us, as they are based on a combination of objective research and interviews with clients, so they provide us with a very real picture of how we are performing.”

“I am excited that, with our new offices and our continued investment in building the team with key appointments throughout our departments, 2019 will see us providing tailored legal solutions to more businesses and individuals throughout the UK and overseas than ever before.”