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Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) arrives at The Cube, Birmingham

Antony Townsend, Chief Executive, Solicitors Regulation Authority

Antony Townsend, Chief Executive, Solicitors Regulation Authority

Six hundred staff from the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) this week completed their move to the Cube building, in the heart of Birmingham.

They will now work from a single location, following the closure of their Redditch and Leamington offices where the organisation has operated since its formation in 2007.

Chief Executive, Antony Townsend, said: "We are very enthusiastic about working together in a modern location at the heart of the City, improving our efficiency and effectiveness.

"Our new headquarters is readily accessible through excellent transport links, and allows us to benefit from Birmingham's diverse recruitment pool.

"The move is part of a transformation of our organisation, and will help us to respond as a modern regulator to the dramatic changes taking place in the legal services market."

Website and details are unchanged.

The SRA also has an office at 24 Martin Lane, London EC4R 0DR.


Note to editors

  • Pictured is Antony Townsend, Chief Executive, Solicitors Regulation, celebrating the SRA's move to The Cube
  • More information about The Cube is available from
  • The SRA is the independent regulatory body of the Law Society. It regulates more than 120,000 individuals and firms in England and Wales.
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