SCOTLAND’S prominent law firm, Aberdein Considine, has moved its main legal and wealth teams to Blenheim House in Aberdeen’s West End.
The 6,049 sq ft office, designed for the firm, signals a strategic shift for the company. While the Bon Accord Crescent office continues to house certain teams, the new location accommodates partners and colleagues from legal and wealth departments, offering modern amenities for both clients and staff.
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Aberdein Considine, a leading Scottish law firm with 21 offices, including two in England, has announced the relocation of its primary legal and wealth office to Blenheim House in Aberdeen’s West End. The move signifies a strategic shift for the firm, aiming to provide a modern and purpose-built location for its legal and wealth teams. While the Bon Accord Crescent office remains the head office, Blenheim House now serves as the flagship headquarters for Aberdeen.
The decision to move comes as part of Aberdein Considine’s ambitious growth strategy, focusing on strengthening its legal teams and specialisms. The past year witnessed key senior hires, such as Robert Holland as Partner and Head of Employment Law, Chris Richardson as Partner and Head of Commercial Real Estate (England and Wales), and Rod Hutchison as Partner in the Corporate and Commercial team.
Jacqueline Law, Managing Partner at Aberdein Considine, emphasises the move’s significance in the firm’s broader investment in people and services. The new office at Blenheim House, designed in collaboration with suppliers and developers, reflects the firm’s growth and allows for future expansion. Approximately 50 colleagues from various departments have moved to the new West End office, underlining the firm’s commitment to retaining a strong presence in Aberdeen.
Law states, “Retaining a strong presence in Aberdeen’s heart is essential. It’s a remarkable city – one with many opportunities in 2024 and beyond.” The move positions Aberdein Considine for the next phase of its strategy, building on its success in the previous year.