South Devon Solicitors
Wollens Solicitors South Devon
Our journey in recent years has been one of expansion and transformation. The most recent chapter in this journey has been the creation of our new purpose-built South Devon Hub in Torquay. This development is a significant investment in South Devon, reflecting our desire to create a stronger future for our staff and clients.
We have integrated our Newton Abbot, Dartmouth and Torquay offices into the South Devon Hub, bringing our staff and clients together in one modern, central location. These purpose-built premises provide our clients with enhanced meeting spaces for individual, confidential discussions, group meetings or private functions and seminars. We have created an appealing environment for staff and clients. With room for expansion we can continue to attract the best calibre of staff to ensure we offer the best, most skilful level of professional legal services and grow the business further.
Getting to know our clients is at the heart of our philosophy. Because only by listening and understanding can we be sure to provide you with the best, tailored advice. We always aim to add commercial value for all our clients.
Our Partners, associates and support staff are a diverse team of talented people providing a full spectrum of legal services and specialist expertise across private and commercial matters.
Chris Hart, Chief Executive, Wollens
Wollens chief executive Chris Hart said: “I am very proud of the progress that the firm has made in recent years, we have taken a number of deliberate moves to enhance and grow the business, always investing in our staff and clients. Our new environment in South Devon has enabled us to operate in a modern way reflecting the talent within our teams and the service that we are able to offer.”
“We always aim to provide exceptional client care for all our clients. We understand the challenges that you face during unprecedented times and are here to provide support”
67 The Terrace,
Tel: 01803 213251
Harbour car park is directly opposite our offices, please note that the car park is affected by a hotel development on site. The number of spaces available may change during the development.
- The lower deck is no longer accessible to the public.
- Access to the Harbour Car Park is now via Museum Road (off Torwood street). Diversion signs are in place directing customers to the current entry point.
In addition to The harbour car park there are some on street spaces available on the Terrace.
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