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26 March 2021 0 Comments
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Royds Withy King Oxford moves to new premises

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Royds Withy King has moved to new premises in Oxford, as part of its plans to grow and invest in the region.

From 29 March we will be based at our new office at Minns Business Park in Botley. These modern and highly accessible offices, with parking, provide top quality client meeting facilities and a dynamic and agile working environment. The move supports our ambition to grow a significant regional presence as well as our commitment to new ways of working which have accelerated as a result of the pandemic.

Graham Street, Managing Partner, said: “We’re very excited about the move as our new office will accommodate our plans for future growth as we continue to support our clients. In one name or another, the firm has operated from the city for over 200 years. The new office affirms our commitment to Oxford and the wider Thames Valley region. It is in a great location, with parking available, has excellent public transport links and will offer a vastly improved environment and facilities for clients and visitors.”

Jessica Burston, Director of Operations and IT, said: “While we will be based at the new location from today, the majority of our staff will continue to work from home for the time being in line with the Government’s Covid-19 guidance. If you have written to us very recently, all post is being redirected from our current Oxford office at New Inn Hall Street. Our Thame office remains unaffected.”

Currently all our offices are open by appointment only. We are expecting to fully re-open to clients in April; if you wish to make an appointment, or have any questions about visiting, please contact us on 01865 792300 or via

Picture caption: Graham Street, Managing Partner of Royds Withy King (right), joins colleagues at the firm’s new premises in Botley.

Contact us to speak to a solicitor based at our Oxford office.

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