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Calibre Solicitors expands at Orbit House

Personal injury lawyers, Calibre Solicitors have recently takenan additional 1,860 sq ft of office space at Orbit Development’sOrbit House in Eccles, expanding from 4,709 sq ft to 6,569 sq ftacross two floors.

Calibre’s specialist injury law team has continually dedicatedtheir time in building client relationships and services which haveled to significant client growth. The legal practice has risen fromstrength to strength over the past 3 years at Orbit House, theyhave now added a further 27 employees tot their team.

Ed Johnson, Director and Christine Cullum, General Manager ofCalibre Solicitors commented: “We are delighted with the officespace here at Orbit House and have always found Orbit Developmentsto be accommodating and they reacted efficiently to our request toexpand the practice”.

Tony Jones, Managing Director of Orbit Developments commented:”We are delighted that Calibre Solicitors have chosen to expand atOrbit House. Their business benefits from being located in aprominent and convenient location within four miles of Manchestercity centre making Orbit House an ideal base for any business”.

Orbit House is an impressive eight storey office buildingsituated within the heart of Eccles, prominently located in theimmediate vicinity of excellent transport links and is west ofManchester City Centre close to the main arterial motorway networksof the M602 and M60.

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