New chapter for Stone King’s historic Bath HQ

January 23, 2014

Bath law firm Stone King has completed a major refurbishment of its headquarters in the city as demand for its specialist legal services continues to grow.

Scaffolding has now been removed from outside the firm’s Queen Square offices following three months of extensive work on the Grade 1 listed building where Jane Austen is known to have stayed in the 1790s.

The building now has additional meeting rooms for clients and refurbished staff offices, while care has been taken to retain the building's historic integrity. Other improvements include the introduction of low-energy lighting throughout the building.

Stone King’s long association with 13 Queen Square, pictured, stretches back to 1832 when the first member of the King family joined a legal partnership based there. It has served as the firm’s headquarters ever since.

Stone King managing partner Steven Greenwood said: “We have enjoyed growing demand for our services, both from individuals and organisations seeking our expert legal advice.

“The extensive but thoughtful refurbishment of our historic Bath home provides us with the modern facilities we need to continue providing a first-class service to all our clients.”

Stone King achieved the highest tier for its family and private client work in the legal industry ‘bible’ Chambers UK 2014.

The firm, which also has offices in Melksham, Cambridge and London, employs more than 180 people including 24 partners and 79 fee earners.



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