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Goldsmith Williams opens Liverpool HQ

Goldsmith Williams marked the official opening of its new Liverpool-based headquarters with a specially arranged celebration on Friday March 29.

The event, attended by the company&#39s business partners, employees and their families and city dignitaries including the attorney general, was hosted at Goldsmith Williams&#39 new offices in the Mersey Chambers.

Goldsmith Williams&#39 partner Eddie Goldsmith is delighted with the new headquarters.

He says: “This move marks an important moment in the company&#39s development. From humble beginnings 20 years ago, it has grown into one of the largest conveyancing firms in the UK.

“Goldsmith Williams makes no secret of its ambitious plans for the future, and are seeking to build both its client and staff levels. Over the next 12 months, it will be recruiting afurther 50 to 75 staff to strengthen its existing staff base of 210.”

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