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Expansion for Colchester-based Arc Legal Assistance

PUBLISHED: 14:04 03 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:04 03 January 2018

Josh Warren, managing director of Stane Park, presents the keys to Arc Legal Assistance's extended offices to Jacqui Poole, operatioins and HR manager at Arc. Also pictured are representatives from others firms involved in the project,  from left, Richard Pearce, director of CH Lindsey & Sons, Phil Holding, managing director of Horizon Construction, Rob Esposito, managing director Esposito Architecture, and Ian Aylen, contracts manager at Horizon Construction.
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Josh Warren, managing director of Stane Park, presents the keys to Arc Legal Assistance's extended offices to Jacqui Poole, operatioins and HR manager at Arc. Also pictured are representatives from others firms involved in the project, from left, Richard Pearce, director of CH Lindsey & Sons, Phil Holding, managing director of Horizon Construction, Rob Esposito, managing director Esposito Architecture, and Ian Aylen, contracts manager at Horizon Construction. Picture: Stane Park

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Legal expenses insurance specialist Arc Legal Assistance is poised for further growth after moving into a purpose-built extension to its offices at Lodge Park, close to the A12/A120 interchange on the northern edge of Colchester.

The extension to Arc Legal Assistance's offices at Lodge Park, on the edge of Colchester.The extension to Arc Legal Assistance's offices at Lodge Park, on the edge of Colchester.

Lodge Park has been owned since 2016 by property company Stane Park which also has substantial land holdings at Stanway, on the other side of Colchester.

Joshua Warren, managing director, said: “Following our acquisition of Lodge Park in September 2016, we are delighted to have extended Arc Legal’s offices to support their on-going growth.”

He added: “The new building provides a seamless extension to Arc Legal Assistance’s existing offices and fades into the Lodge Park parkland setting as if it has always been there.”

Frank O’Malley, director of Arc, said: “Lodge Park has played an important role in the development of our business. The facilities and location have enabled us to attract high-calibre staff and supported the significant growth we have experienced.

The extension to Arc Legal Assistance's offices at Lodge Park, on the edge of Colchester.The extension to Arc Legal Assistance's offices at Lodge Park, on the edge of Colchester.

“The fact we do not need to move premises to accommodate our continued expansion is a real benefit to the business. Working closely with Stane Park Ltd we have been able to reach a rapid agreement and we are excited to be taking on the high-quality facilities that are now available at Lodge Park.”

The extension, which includes a meeting room and space for up to 30 additional workstations, was built by local firms including Horizon Construction, to time and within budget.

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