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Firm Opens New Office in Reading

Blandy & Blandy this week marked its continued growth with the opening of a new second office in the town centre.

33 Blagrave Street will house the firm’s Company and Commercial, Dispute Resolution and Employment Law teams and provide modern and welcoming meeting spaces for clients.

The move sees the firm renew longstanding links with the Blagrave family and name after acquiring its main office at One Friar Street from John Blagrave in 1798.

Join Managing Partner, Philip D’Arcy, commented: “33 Blagrave Street is an ideal second home for the firm, being under a minute’s walk from both our One Friar Street office and Reading Station.

We are immensely proud to be one of the Thames Valley’s most established businesses and indeed one of the oldest law firms in the UK. We look forward to continuing to grow, following the successful opening of our London office in 2014, and to welcoming clients to our new Reading office at 33 Blagrave Street.”

Nigel Horton-Baker, Executive Director, Reading UK CIC said: “Professional services have long been one of the strengths of Reading’s dynamic economy and in Blandy & Blandy, we are fortunate to boast a nationally-recognised law firm that has been at the heart of support for our economy for nearly three centuries. I am delighted that they have linked the growth and success of their own business to that of Reading by choosing to do so in the centre of the town and I wish them continued success in both their new Blagrave Street offices as well as their historic home in Town Hall Square.”

Read about our office opening on the Reading UK website.