January 17, 2018
BHW Solicitors continues to invest in its Residential Conveyancing division with the recruitment of 4 new conveyancing specialists.
The appointments take the total staff to over 30 within its dedicated residential conveyancing division for the Leicester based law firm.
Jayne Concannon, Diane Woolley, Nicola Dixon and Kerri Simner have all joined from other well-known Midlands firms. All have substantial experience handling property transactions for clients in and around Leicestershire and the wider East Midlands.
Sarah Newcombe, Partner and Head of Residential Property said, "We are delighted to welcome these new appointments to the team. Between them, they have years of experience within the conveyancing industry and we feel they will assist the firm in achieving its ambitious plans for growth."
BHW operates two specialist services within its conveyancing division: BHW Residential and BHW New Build. BHW Residential offers a full conveyancing service for existing properties, while the specialist New Build team deal solely with the purchase of new build homes bought directly from developers.
The appointments allow BHW to continue its expansion across the whole of Leicestershire and the East Midlands.
Nick Bridle, Managing Partner at BHW Solicitors said, "We are investing heavily in the personnel, infrastructure and technology within our Residential and New Build teams to ensure the most efficient and cost-effective service for our conveyancing clients."
BHW are revolutionising the conveyancing sector and the way transactions are handled. They have implemented industry-leading service level agreements, applied a unique operational and supervisory structure and use the latest technology available.
Nick Bridle added, "Customer service is at the heart of everything we do at BHW and our latest recruitment drive is centered around this."
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