MP moves in legal circles

THE wheel has turned full circle for St Ives solicitors Leeds Day, whose predecessor Day and Son was instrumental in bringing the railways to the town in the 19th century. Now, shortly before the arrival of the guided bus service, with vehicles running on

THE wheel has turned full circle for St Ives solicitors Leeds Day, whose predecessor Day and Son was instrumental in bringing the railways to the town in the 19th century.

Now, shortly before the arrival of the guided bus service, with vehicles running on the old St Ives Cambridge railway alignment, the lawyers' new offices in Station Road have been officially opened by MP Jonathan Djanogly, who is also a solicitor.

Leeds Day said the move to a more prominent location opposite Waitrose and at the start of the guided bus route provided a modern, fully-upgraded workplace from which the firm would continue to provide legal advice to individuals and businesses in the town and surrounding area.

St Ives Partner Andrew Roberts added: "Our new offices have been designed to provide us with exactly the facilities we need. It's important for us that we can meet our clients in exactly the right surroundings. We've put a lot of thought into the design of our meeting spaces and the working environment.

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