Law firm Shakespeare Martineau is relocating its Solihull office.
It is vacating Homer House and setting up a new ‘service hub’ at Radcliffe House in Warwick Road this month.
The firm said the new open-plan 4,700 sq ft office was part of its ongoing strategy to support agile, collaborative and paperlite ways of working.
It has been operating in the town for more than eight years and said it remained committed to the region.
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Chief transformation officer Karen Walker said: “We want all of our people to work where, how and when they need to, to use their time and balance their life effectively.
“Solihull will be the first example of our new ‘service hub’ set up which provides space for our teams to meet up and work together when needed or to meet local clients.
“As part of this strategy, each region will also have a client and collaboration hub to facilitate larger meetings, networking events, training seminars, knowledge sharing and encourage collaboration between teams, offices and regions.”
West Midlands regional head Joanna Deffley added: “Solihull is a key area for us and we’re delighted to be reaffirming our position there.
“Our internal survey showed that more than 80 per cent of our people want to continue with flexible working after the pandemic so we’re taking this as an opportunity to redesign the purpose of our offices to better support networking, training, client meetings and other activities better done face-to-face.”