Thorntons opens new office in Cupar
Scottish legal firm Thorntons has invested in a new Cupar office, moving from its current location in Crossgate and Bonnygate to a larger property in the Fife town.
The new office building at 49 Bonnygate, which previously housed a supermarket, is described as a modern office with reception area, meeting rooms and client areas.
The new office will also feature a dedicated property shop that forms part of Thorntons’ wider property network.
The move comes months after Thorntons merged with Cupar-based legal firm Steel Eldridge Stewart to create one of the largest legal practices in the east of Scotland, covering Angus, Dundee, Fife, Perthshire and Edinburgh.
Scott Milne, joint managing partner at Thorntons, said: “Thorntons is dedicated to the constant improvement of our product and service offerings, ensuring we stay ahead of the curve while also retaining the individual service that clients have come to expect.
“The new office in Cupar is testament to that commitment and our new location is a bigger, more inviting space which will give our team more space to work, with extra capacity available to add to our headcount in the future.
“Being in the heart of town also allows us to maintain that central location ensuring clients have convenient access to the full range of services available.”
The firm will continue to provide all its existing advice and services, including agricultural, family, disputes and private client, as well as additional business services recently introduced to the branch and other financial and investment services.