Law firm Gotelee unveils facelift for historic Hadleigh office

Some of Gotelee's staff at the firm's Hadleigh office, from left, Jayne Tawell, Diana Sayle, Claire

Some of Gotelee's staff at the firm's Hadleigh office, from left, Jayne Tawell, Diana Sayle, Claire Bartram, Sally Pryke, Sam Lawrence, Rhonda Pryke, Jo Barlow, Pat Smith and chief executive Alistair Lang. - Credit: Archant

Gotelee Solicitors has unveiled a facelift for its offices in Church Street, Hadleigh, from where it has been operating since 1934.

Repairs have been made to the exterior rendering of the listed building while the interior features a new reception desk and improved lighting as well as new decor.

The firm, which also has offices in Ipswich and Felixstowe, plans further changes in Hadleigh later this year, involving a new internal disabled access door and further improvements to the meeting rooms.

The building dates from the 16th-17th Century, with the frontage having been rebuilt in the 19th Century.

Alistair Lang, Gotelee’s chief executive, said: “There have been many changes at Gotelee as a whole over the last few years, with an expansion of the teams at our Hadleigh and Ipswich offices. We have also opened a new office in Felixstowe.

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“With more staff offering our full range of legal services to businesses and individuals alike from our Hadleigh office, we believe these changes will make our clients’ experience of visiting the Hadleigh branch more enjoyable and comfortable.”

Diana Sayle, receptionist at Hadleigh, added: “The new look Hadleigh office is welcomed by both clients and staff. We’ve had a number of our clients popping in, just to compliment us on an ‘improved and smart look’ for Gotelee.

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“We pride ourselves on giving a warm welcome to new and existing clients. We’re proud to be part of the Hadleigh community, offering the full range of legal services to everyone in the area, all under one roof, so they don’t need to travel elsewhere.”

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