Chafes Hague Lambert help international client secure a new UK office base – bolstering the Manchester economy.
Globe 24-7 who are an International Human Resource Consulting, Executive Search and Recruitment company servicing the global resources industry were looking to lease office premises in the UK. Originally with offices in London they decided to relocate their business to Manchester, helping to bolster the ever expanding, cosmopolitan economy of Manchester.
Commercial Property Solicitors Seema McWilliam and Katy-Craik White based at Chafes Hague Lambert’s Wilmslow office acted for international clients Globe 24-7 in securing a new 5 year lease of the offices in Arthur House, Chorlton Street in Manchester and provided the required legal advice in connection with the lease negotiation and completion.
Seema and Katy said “It has been fantastic working with Paul Goodchild and his team at Globe 24-7 on the acquisition of their new offices and we have been really pleased to have been part of securing this exciting new addition to their Africa, Europe & Middle East Region bases”
Paul Goodchild, Managing Director of Globe 24-7 also commented “Seema and Katy at Chafes Hague Lambert were fantastic in their commitment to the project. Their expertise and the service they delivered ensured the completion of the lease was done in a timely manner.”
Head of Commercial Property, Daniel Woodcock, also added “it has been great to welcome a new client like Globe 24-7 to Chafes Hague Lambert and it is always fantastic to build strong working relationships with international clients and we look forward to doing so more in the future”.
Chafes Hague Lambert Solicitors provides business and personal legal services from five offices, Alderley Edge, Knutsford, New Mills, Urmston & Wilmslow.