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HCR Hewitsons moves merged team into new Cambridge office

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HCR Hewitsons has moved into its new Cambridge office at 50/60 Station Road.

The move brings together staff from the Harrison Clark Rickerbys base at Compass House in Impington with those from the Hewitsons office at Shakespeare House in Newmarket Road in Cambridge following the merger of the two firms on June 1.

The HCR Hewitsons team at their new offices at 50-60 Station Road, Cambridge. Picture: Keith Heppell
The HCR Hewitsons team at their new offices at 50-60 Station Road, Cambridge. Picture: Keith Heppell

The new office is now home to a 115-strong team and there is room for expansion as the law firm eyes further growth.

Cambridge office head Inger Anson said: “The move has gone well, especially given the complexities of bringing together two teams from separate offices in one space.

“The location is excellent – we’re all enjoying the ease of being so central and close to the station – and the move brings together all our expertise in a way that will foster collaboration and cross-firm working.

“We, like so many other companies, are working flexibly to suit our clients; the mix of working from home and office-based time reflects what we have learned over the last 18 months about how our people work best.

“Bringing the team together in one space enables everyone to learn from each other and share a very positive and entrepreneurial culture.”

The merger of Harrison Clark Rickerbys and Hewitsons created a firm with a network of 11 offices across the country, from Cardiff to Cambridge.

In Cambridge, Northampton and Milton Keynes, the combined firm is known as HCR Hewitsons.

Nationwide, Harrison Clark Rickerbys has more than 780 partners and staff across the country, offering a full spectrum of legal services to both business and private clients.

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