Harrison Clark Rickerbys is the latest name to move to the city's £20 million Cathedral Square and Thuja Design have been appointed as Interior Designers to oversea the fit-out and furniture requirements.

Salmon Harvester Opportunity Fund (SHOP) has agreed a deal with the firm to move into the largest single office space letting in the city for 20 years. Harrison Clark Rickerbys have agreed terms for 10,225 sq ft space on the second floor of 15 High Street. 

The solicitors practice are taking space previously occupied by Slaters Menswear, which will be converted to top grade office space as part of the £20 million redevelopment of Cathedral Square.

Harrison Clark Rickerbys has more than 450 staff and six offices based across the Midlands and south of England, with its heart in the Three Counties.

“Although now a regional firm, we value our roots in the heart of the city and are delighted that our long term future here has been secured in a fully refurbished modern office.

The location gives our staff a great place to work and socialise from, as well as keeping them near the local community.

This deal allows us to continue to attract and retain the talent we need to maintain our growth, as we increasingly recruit our experts from city and top national firms.

Drawn to Worcester by the attractions of the local area, our staff expect both top level client work and modern office facilities."

Rod Thomas, Managing Partner
Harrison Clark Rickerbys