Coventry law firm expanding premises

Band Hatton Button managing director Mark Moseley
managing director Mark Moseley

A Coventry law firm is moving into larger premises in the city in line with its growth plans and to ensure the business is well placed for the future. 

Band Hatton Button, which currently occupies 7,500 square feet of office space on Warwick Road, is making the move to Earlsdon Park on Butts Road to acquire 11,500 square feet of open-plan office space on a 15-year lease.

The move heralds a new era for Band Hatton Button, which has grown its workforce from 62 to 82 and increased its budget from £3.5 million to £4.5 million since forming in 2013 as a result of a merger between Varley Hibbs, Button Legal and Band Hatton.

Band Hatton Button are set to move into their new premises over Easter, and managing director Mark Moseley highlighted the significance of the move. 

“This office move is laying the foundations for us to realise our long-term ambitions to grow – both organically and through acquisitions,” said Mark.

“We are nearing maximum capacity in our existing offices whereas the new space will enable us to grow our workforce to around 120 staff which has been our plan for some time. 

“Extra office space is key for us as we are keen to attract new talent into the firm which will help us to diversify our client-facing services. 

“We are particularly on the lookout for individuals with commercial expertise in the agriculture and construction sectors, which are going to be two big areas of focus for us over the coming months and years. 

“We’ve enjoyed a successful journey of growth since the business’ merger in 2013, notably more recently with Coventry’s in-demand residential and commercial property markets, which is showing no signs of slowing down.

“We are in the heart of a city that is attracting more students than ever before, is at the forefront of developing driverless cars and is preparing to become UK City of Culture in 2021 – the future is bright for Coventry and we look forward to sharing in the city’s success.”