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Ashdown Lyons move to new head offices

Ashdown Lyons is moving offices on September 19th 2005.

As of Monday, its head office will be based at the following address:

St Thomas House
41 Alexanda Road
Wimbledon
SW19 7JZ

The chief executive and managing director can be contacted by telephone on 020 8947 9757, or by fax on 020 8947 7760.

Head office accounts can be contacted by telephone on 020 8971 2172, or by fax on 020 8944 6671.

Wimbledon survey office can be contacted by telephone on 020 8944 6676, or by fax on 020 8944 6671.

Central client services can be contacted by telephone on 0870 2427424, or by fax on 0870 1140030.

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