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NEWS

April 2021

Our signs are up!

Thanks to Liquid Designs, Bridge House has been beautifully branded and we are feeling very at home. Welcome!

March 2021

We have re-branded! 

Although we are still proud to honour the history of the firm in our values and work, our vision for the future requires some modernisation to our historic firm, and we are excited to now have a brand which reflects this.

September 2020

Whilst managing partners, David Backhouse and Debbie Neiteler, were extremely saddened to hear of the closures of two well established and reputable firms in the town, they are pleased to welcome the following new joiners to our team.

  • Graham Lovelock – Residential Property Solicitor

  • Alison Pearce – Conveyancing team member

  • Mel Buteux – Conveyancing team member

  • Denise Garner – Conveyancing Team

  • Vanessa Spurr – Support Team

  • Stefano De Nisi – Commercial Property Consultant

  • Derek Barker – Private Client Consultant

  • Debbie Carvey – Residential Property Solicitor

  • Jess Dedes – Commercial Property team member

  • Linda Coleman – Private Client team member

  • Simon Peacock – Matrimonial, Employment and Litigation Solicitor

  • Kelli McGarry - Personal Assistant to Senior Partner, Deborah Neiteler

  • Sharon Garland - Probate Team Member

We are confident that together we can meet the legal needs of the clients affected. If you have been affected by the closures of Ray Nixon brown or Giffen Coach and Archer please contact our office.

April 2021

We have moved! 

Following the sad closure of two local firms, our team expanded beyond the capacity of Albion Chambers. However, we were presented with a fantastic opportunity to take over Bridge House!

We are thrilled to say that all of our departments have now moved in, and our new office address is:

Bridge House,

Bridge Street,

Leighton Buzzard,

LU7 1AH

Find us here

February 2021

While exploring the cellar at Albion Chambers on the 27th February, we discovered some more of the fascinating history of our beautiful offices. 

We found the huge furnace that was used to heat the building when it was a hotel,  a coal cellar and some (slightly rusty!) old oil lamps. 

Head to our facebook page to see more photos.