Leading European intellectual property law firm, Potter Clarkson, has relocated its Nottingham office to new premises in the heart of the city.
The central location means that both staff and clients can benefit from closer transportation links and the wider range of facilities that the city has to offer.
Located in Chapel Quarter, the firm’s 16,500 sq ft offices, provides the team of legal experts with a modern, sustainable and technologically advanced environment to meet the requirements of evolving working practices.
Using an activity-based working model, staff will be able to choose the environment best suited to their needs with the aim of optimising collaboration and communication, enabling concentration and driving innovation.
Commenting on the relocation, Steve Smith, managing partner, said:
With this move, we had a vision to create the highest quality working environment with the flexibility to accommodate a wide range of needs, including areas where colleagues can more easily collaborate, quiet spaces for focused work, state-of-the-art meeting facilities in which to welcome clients, and a tech-free wellbeing space.
“At the heart of our new workplace is a commitment to create an environment that inspires and empowers our people to do their best work. We believe that by fostering a sense of community and promoting collaboration, we can help our teams reach their full potential.”
The move follows a sustained period of growth for the firm across Europe, with relocations to larger offices in both Stockholm and London during the past 18 months.