Relocation of Aaron & Partners’ Shrewsbury Office
14th November, 2016
We are delighted to announce that Aaron & Partners Solicitors is moving to new offices in Shrewsbury with effect from Monday 21 November 2016.
Due to our success in growing our business in Shrewsbury and the surrounding areas, we have outgrown two offices in three years.
Our new Shrewsbury office address is:
Oxon Business Park
All other contact information remains unchanged, including the direct dial numbers of our team members.
A Google Maps link to our new office address can be found by clicking here
Our relocation is the next step in Aaron & Partners’ establishment in the Shropshire and surrounding market. This third move to larger offices is required to accommodate our excellent and growing Shrewsbury based team. These expanded premises provide more facilities for clients and staff alike, including plenty of onsite parking and additional meeting room facilities. The new office is located just off the A5 with excellent ease of access.
If you have any questions about our office relocation, please do not hesitate to get in touch with your regular point of contact at the firm.
For further information please contact [email protected] or telephone 01743 443043
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