125 Wood Street, London, EC2V 7AW
Penningtons Manches' presence in London can be traced back 300 years. We moved to our new Wood Street base in 2015 following a sustained period of growth across the practice. All the key areas of legal work undertaken by Penningtons Manches are represented in London which is the largest office in our network. Our comprehensive service for businesses and individuals includes a strong focus on the technology, real estate and private wealth sectors.
We act for a broad client base including listed and private corporates, banks, start-ups and family offices as well as individuals. International work is an important aspect of our business and we are seeing an increasing flow of work from organisations engaged in overseas transactions. The Legal 500 and Chambers UK are effusive in their praise for our London solicitors, acknowledging their ‘commercial and pragmatic advice’ and 'international background'.
As part of our commitment to maintaining an active involvement in the communities in which we work, we are involved in a variety of charities and pro bono projects, including the City Solicitors' Educational Trust, the Citizens Advice Bureau at the Royal Courts of Justice and Shelter from the Storm.
Services provided by our solicitors in London include:
|Banking and finance, commercial, commercial dispute resolution, construction and infrastructure, corporate, corporate tax, employment, immigration, intellectual property, professional regulation, real estate, real estate litigation, restructuring and insolvency, social housing|
|Clinical negligence, employment, family, immigration, personal injury, private client and tax, residential property|
The nearest mainline stations are Cannon Street and City Thameslink which are both within 10 minutes’ walk. St Paul’s underground station is two minutes’ walk from 125 Wood Street and Bank underground station is five minutes’ walk away.
There are no parking facilities at 125 Wood Street. The nearest public car parks are at 23 London Wall and on Queen Victoria Street and Upper Thames Street.