WBW has acquired two floors of Castle Circus House, providing over 8,000 sq ft of purpose purpose-built office space on Union Street, Torquay. The building was constructed in the late 1930’s by Walter Jenkins Marble.

Both floors are due to commence an extensive refurbished project, that will offer flexible working space, meeting rooms, client area, modern staff facilities and secure storage.  Improvements to the exterior of the building including an upgrade to the front entrance. Once complete the office will become the flagship office for WBW.

A period of growth for WBW

Currently operating out of two smaller offices in the town, the plan is for both premises to relocate to the new flagship office in summer of this year, bringing the conveyancing, criminal, private client and family departments under one roof.

The firm has grown considerably over recent years with the merger of Bynes solicitors and McDermott French. In addition, the firm employed a number of staff from Paignton based solicitors Eastleys when the establishment closed in 2013. The firm now has over 160 personnel spread across 5 offices and are continuing to grow with the development of more niche areas of work including Farm and Estates and Wealth Management.  WBW is looking forward to continuing its visible presence on Torquay high street, offering a convenient location for local clients.

WBW is a large practice offering a full range of legal services, both locally and nationally, from an experienced team of 19 partners, 49 legal advisors and 92 support staff.

With two defined divisions for business and private clients, WBW Solicitors delivers a full range of legal services to individuals and businesses, including wills trust and probate, tax advice, residential conveyancing and commercial property. It also offers litigation, employment law and financial services.

More information about WBW’s exceptionally experienced Torquay based staff is available to view online now.