Anderson Strathern becomes first gold partner at HALO Kilmarnock

Anderson Strathern becomes first gold partner at HALO Kilmarnock

Anderson Strathern has become the first ‘gold #ROCKME partner’ at the £63 million HALO Kilmarnock enterprise and innovation centre.

Anderson Strathern and the HALO Kilmarnock have launched a two-year partnership that will result in the law firm becoming one of only six gold partners in the HALO’s #ROCKME scheme, the only legal firm and the preferred legal services supplier at the facility on the site of the former Johnnie Walker bottling plant.

Phase 1 of the project – the four-storey HALO Enterprise & Innovation Centre (HEIC) – is currently under construction and will open its doors in 2021.

The partnership with Anderson Strathern will help the HALO achieve its vision of being a dynamic commercial, educational, cultural, leisure and lifestyle quarter where people can ‘Live, Work, Learn and Play’. The HALO will also be the first net-zero carbon emissions development of its type in Scotland.

Murray McCall, managing partner at Anderson Strathern, said: “We’re delighted to be the first of six gold partners chosen to help support the entrepreneurs of the future. I’m particularly proud that this world class innovation centre will be based in my home town of Kilmarnock and I share Marie’s deep-rooted passion for the project.

“As a medium sized enterprise ourselves, we are fully supportive of the HALO’s ambitions and its drive to create jobs, opportunities and education in Scotland. We will bring our top class experts to the project as well as our vast experience with clients across the commercial and public sector and look forward to working with new and thriving enterprises in a working environment that is zero carbon and future-focussed.”

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