The Preston office serves many businesses and individuals in Lancashire, from the Fylde Coast in the west over to the Ribble Valley and Pennine Lancashire in the east. We have members of our team who hail from right across the county which provides a great breadth of local knowledge.
We make it possible for our clients to receive first class commercial legal services without having to travel out of Lancashire.
We deliver the firm’s full service range from the Preston office and in particular serve many clients in the Property and Construction, Recycling and Waste, and Healthcare Sectors from our City centre location.
Harrison Drury & Co Ltd
1A Chapel Street, Winckley Square
Tel: 01772 258321
Fax: 01772 258227
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