myhomemove, one of the UK’s leading conveyancing firms, has announced plans to expand its office space in Manchester.

The company, which was established in 2001, has seen another good year, and the resulting growth within the business has led to the need to expand its offices in the North West city. The move comes after myhomemove expanded into city centre-based Linley House last year. This created extra capacity in order to meet its increasing demand for its conveyancing services.

The firm currently employs more than 100 legal professionals in its Manchester offices, and it is hoping that by the beginning of 2016, it will have doubled this figure.

The conveyancing firm has outline a planned growth strategy that will affect a variety of new business areas, and includes recruiting an additional 50 conveyancers within its expanding teams in the fields of New Builds, Online Agency, Estate Agency and Direct to Consumer. The new recruits will be employed to support current staff while having the opportunity to develop their own careers through the firm’s Learning and Development scheme.

Doug Crawford, myhomemove’s CEO has outlined that this strategy is to accommodate the growing demand for the company’s services, as it is currently completing more conveyancing projects than any other law firm within the UK. Crawford also explained that Manchester was chosen as a base for its offices because of the amount of legal talent the city can offer, as it is looking for skilled and experiences professionals to come on board and help the business achieve its goals in terms of growth.