Trethowans voted “Estate Agents Conveyancing Firm of the Year”

24 Sep 2012

On Thursday night at a glittering awards ceremony in Coventry, Tim Higham, Partner and Head of Residential Property at Trethowans Solicitors was presented with the highly sought after award of “Estate Agents Conveyancing Firm of the Year” from Justin Urquhart Stewart, the well known TV and radio presenter.

Law firms can only be nominated to receive this award by estate agents and Trethowans fought off strong competition to win this national award, part of the national LFS Conveyancing Awards 2012.

Talking about the Awards, Richard Mathias from Law Firm Services, the organisation behind the Awards said; “We had over 250 entries with more than 50 different firms being nominated. There are clearly lots of good conveyancers that come very highly recommended.”

Trethowans, a premier law firm in the South with offices in Salisbury and Southampton, is clearly delighted to have won this accolade. 

Partner and Head of Residential Property Tim Higham said about winning the award, “We are over the moon that we have won this award.  There are some great conveyancing firms around and for Trethowans to have been voted the ‘best’ in the UK by estate agents really is a fantastic accolade.  I would like to thank my team and everyone at Trethowans for helping to deliver the fantastic service that has helped us win this award.  I would also like to thank all the estate agents who voted for us, in particular the estate agents in the Salisbury and surrounding area.  To provide great service to clients in the area of conveyancing takes great team work from not just the legal team, but also the estate agents.  So thank you very much Salisbury estate agents.”

Commenting on this achievement, Andrew Mercer, Chairman of Trethowans Solicitors said; “This is yet another example of the firm’s continued success, the quality of our people and the growing strength and reputation of our brand. A big well done to Tim and his team for working so hard. This award is very well deserved.”