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Harrison Drury doubles size of Kendal office to support client growth plans

Harrison Drury has secured additional office space at Bridge Mills, Stramongate, growing our Kendal office footprint by over 90 per cent and allowing us to accommodate almost 25 staff. With…


Harrison Drury supports logistics firm’s £12m HQ purchase

Harrison Drury’s commercial property team has advised longstanding client FDC Holdings on the multi-million-pound purchase of its headquarters building – a deal which gives the logistics specialist greater control over…


Renowned construction lawyer Katherine joins Harrison Drury as partner

Harrison Drury has appointed highly experienced construction lawyer Katherine Sibley as a partner and head of our specialist construction law team. Katherine will support our clients on both contentious and…


Harrison Drury grows Lytham team with Emma and James appointments

We're pleased to announce we've strengthened our family law and private client teams in Lytham with two senior hires from Coupe Bradbury. Experienced solicitors Emma Panchal, and James Patterson, have…


Carlo’s new venue offers Clitheroe a touch of Italy

A well-known Clitheroe licensee is bringing a taste of Italy to the town with a new upmarket Italian wine bar and café. Carlo Graziani, who already owns and operates The…


Sale of St Annes buildings supports town’s regeneration masterplan

The commercial property team at Harrison Drury has advised on the sale of two council-owned buildings in St Annes that will support the town’s ambitious regeneration strategy. The firm has…


Jack becomes partner as Harrison Drury makes 10 promotions

Harrison Drury has made 10 senior promotions, including a new partner, as part of our succession and growth strategy. Jack Stephenson, who started as a trainee in 2014, has been…


Preston-based entrepreneur expands serviced office business with Leyland purchase

An entrepreneur who set up one of the first serviced office and co-working spaces in Preston has added to his portfolio with the purchase of premises in Leyland. Robert Binns,…


Rural property lawyer Jane joins Harrison Drury

Harrison Drury has appointed experienced rural property lawyer Jane Fillis to support our clients in the agricultural sector. Jane will advise rural clients on a wide range of commercial property…


International Women’s Day 2023 – Perspectives from four women in law

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we invited women from across our firm to share their experiences of working as a woman in the legal profession. Faye Simpson joined Harrison Drury…


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