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We’re growing into a new Mansfield office

New office for Fidler & Pepper

We’re expanding and opening up an additional office on Regent Street in Mansfield. The prominent three-storey building will become home to a number of our support functions, the Remortgage department and members of our Private Client department. This expansion will help to make us one of the best in the business for Conveyancing and individual services, such as Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Probate.

Once our new premises are refurbished, meetings and appointments with clients in Mansfield will take place at the new Regent Street offices, which will have a great new reception area to greet clients, and has easily accessible rooms for confidential meetings.

It is expected that the refurbishment works will be complete by the end of the Summer.

Our CEO Mark Slade, said: “It’s really exciting times for Fidler & Pepper, which is continuing to grow its services and take on new staff. We’re really pleased that we’re becoming known as an employer of choice in our local area. Whilst we have a lot of clients from across the UK, we’re continuing to support a lot of people from Mansfield, just as we have since we were founded back in 1888. The technology and laws have changed since then, but we’re still proud to deliver a friendly, caring and professional service.”

When our new office is open, some of our staff at Fidler & Pepper will continue working at its current Queen Street premises in Mansfield, with client meetings taking place at Regent Street in Mansfield and continuing at the Low Street office in Sutton in Ashfield.

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