Thursday August 4 2016

Bromleys gains Law Society plaudits

Conveyancing quality mark is latest success

Bromleys gains Law Society plaudits

Tameside firm Bromleys is celebrating a hat-trick of endorsements from the Law Society with its latest success which acknowledges the work of its conveyancing team.

Bromleys, based in Ashton-under-Lyne, has been accredited under the Conveyancing Quality Scheme for the fifth consecutive year.

The scheme recognises firms which pass a rigorous annual assessment and provide excellent service to clients during the property buying process.

The accolade follows on the heels of two others from the Law Society in recent months.

Bromleys has again been awarded the Lexcel quality mark, which recognises its commitment to excellence in areas such as client care and practice management. The firm has held the accreditation continuously since 2005.

Meanwhile, partner Nicholas Clough has again been acknowledged under the Law Society’s Family Law Accreditation Scheme. This demonstrates he has achieved a high level of knowledge, skills, experience and practice in family law. He has held this honour for 10 years.

The conveyancing quality mark follows a period of strong growth for Bromleys’ team.

The surge in instructions has been helped by the emergence of Ashton-under-Lyne as a property hotspot, with demand fuelled by the completion of the Metrolink line, town centre improvements and the appeal of new canal-side apartments.

In addition, Bromleys has strengthened its service to clients by adopting new technology and adding staff to its conveyancing team.

It is currently on 24 lenders’ panels, with eight new appointments over the past 12 months.

Senior partner Mark Hirst, pictured, said: “We are delighted to receive recognition from the Law Society across three key areas of the practice.

“These accreditations are independent recognition of the significant lengths to which we go to ensure our clients receive the best possible service.

“They also sit alongside other accreditations we already have, as well as our Investors in People Gold status.”

"These accreditations are independent recognition of the significant lengths to which we go to ensure our clients receive the best possible service."
Mark Hirst

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