One of the North West’s most dynamic and fast-growing law firms, DTM Legal, is to open an office at No 4 St Paul’s Square in Liverpool.
Building owner Aberdeen Standard Investments has secured a 10 year lease with DTM, which operates out of Liverpool and Chester, for a third-floor suite at No 4 St Paul’s totalling 3.025 sq ft.
No 4 is amongst the city’s premier business addresses, and offers some of the last remaining grade A accommodation in Liverpool’s central business district. DTM is one of a number of professional occupiers that have signed up for space over the past 12 months.
DTM joins a growing network of established, professional and dynamic businesses choosing to make No4 St Paul’s Square their base, including gas safety specialist Gas Tag, global insurance broker Marsh, and banking group Santander’s small business incubator.
Decade of success
Celebrating a decade in business, DTM offers legal advice and expertise across a number of areas of the law, including corporate & commercial, dispute resolution, commercial property, residential conveyancing, construction, employment, trust & estates, business recovery and agriculture.
In the latest Legal 500, the UK’s definitive guide to the top lawyers and law firms in the country, the firm achieved a total of nine rankings, including a top tier award and three new entries, as well as name checks for 17 of its solicitors.
Anna Duffy from DTM, said: “No 4 St Paul’s is a fantastic space – the best Liverpool has to offer – and we are delighted to be taking up residence here. Aberdeen Asset Management offers not just a great physical space , but also a lifestyle for our people through it’s efforts to create a creative, progressive, collaborative environment and its commitment to the wellness agenda.
“ Our year-on-year turnover has grown by more than 30% and the first half of 2018 saw a 65% increase in turnover compared to the same period last year.
“We realised we needed to move into a space that could accommodate our growth and No 4 St Paul’s fits the bill perfectly.”