Harris Lamb is moving its established Birmingham office from Edgbaston to Brindleyplace. 

The company is taking 5,391 sq ft of space on the fourth floor of 4 Brindleyplace as it looks to grow its footprint in the city and provide its staff with a highly sustainable, modern and flexible commercial space in an unrivalled location.

Harris Lamb prides itself on the quality of its advice, strength of relationships with clients, and the professionalism of its staff, and is looking to build upon this platform further by the move to Brindleyplace. 

As the city’s premier commercial estate, Brindleyplace is a great fit for the company, offering a quality environment where the new office space will be enhanced with a Cat A fit out and staff can benefit from all of the estate’s amenities and facilities right on their doorstep.

Matt Long, asset manager at Praxis, said: “We’re extremely pleased to have another tenant of Harris Lamb’s high calibre join the Brindleyplace business community and add to our established roster of professional services occupiers. 

“Our continued commitment to refurbishing and repositioning this iconic estate is being recognised not only city-wide, but further afield as companies choose to make us their home. TASK has already been appointed to deliver the CAT A refurbishment of the workspace Harris Lamb is set to move into, and we can’t wait for the firm and its people to join us here at Brindleyplace.”

Director of Harris Lamb, Charles D’Auncey, said: “Brindleyplace makes complete sense for us. From a business point of view, it affords us everything we need and more in a Grade A office building. Our space is undergoing an extensive refurbishment, including a new VRF heating and cooling system and LED lighting, which is on target to achieve an EPC A rating. 

“Outside the building itself, our staff are set to benefit from all of the estate’s amenities right on the doorstep, including an established and growing programme of health, wellness and wellbeing activities (such as yoga and massages) as well as estate-wide events like the film festival and regular markets.” 

The Brindleyplace estate is well served by public transport and is close to everything the city has to offer, including world-class connectivity, retail, leisure and eating out options. 

With unrivalled transport connections and situated on the city’s extensive waterways, the estate is a jewel in Birmingham’s crown both as a commercial office destination and as a place where people come together to visit, spend time in, exercise and relax in, and most of all, enjoy.