One year on from our move to Clay House

One year one from our move to Clay House, 5 Horninglow Street and Astle Paterson and our clients feel at home in the building.

With an expanding workforce and workload, at the end of November 2013 Astle Paterson moved our business literally across the street to Clay House, a building with history.   Built in 1792 by Burton maltster and banker, Joseph Clay, Clay House is a grade 2 listed building.   Today, Clay House is a large, impressive office and is the perfect blend of classical period features and state-of-the-art modern facilities.

On being in Clay House for a year now, Jean Paterson said, ”We thought at the time of the move that Clay House was the ideal place for Astle Paterson and our clients – and we have been proven right.

As a firm we have enjoyed the move – it has given us the opportunity to expand and we have taken on more legal staff to cope with the demand for our services.

At the heart of everything we do is the service we offer to our clients.   Our clients already know that we offer the best possible legal advice and assistance – with the move to Clay House they are now also enjoying the ease of access, the car park and the building itself.

We look forward to using both our knowledge of the law and of the local businesses and people of Staffordshire to further assist our clients in the future.”

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