24 MAR 2017

Greg opens new headquarters of Tunbridge Wells law firm

Greg formally opened the new Tunbridge Wells headquarters of law firm Cripps – the first new substantial office development to have been built in the town for more than 25 years.

Greg commented:

"This is a significant investment in Tunbridge Wells, securing jobs and continuing to benefit the local economy. Cripps has been in the town since the firm was founded in 1852 and in that time has become one of the most high profile law firms in the South East. I am delighted this large and significant local employer has shown such dedication to remaining in the town."

The firm's Tunbridge Wells offices were previously based in five different buildings in Mount Ephraim Road and it took more than ten years to find an office building capable of accommodating all its staff under one roof. The new building, which is on the site of the former Kent & Sussex Hospital, was built by Berkeley Homes as part of its major Royal Wells Park development and is occupied by around 300 of the firm's staff over four floors.

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