Partners& extends Midlands reach with Beaumont Lawrence & Co move


Partners& has extended its presence in The Midlands with a deal for Beaumont Lawrence & Co, based in Shrewsbury.

Beaumont Lawrence was founded in 1973, and today employs a team of nine, including in-house claims advisers, led by managing director Ben Lawrence.

The Midlands is a diverse region and the businesses here play a significant role in the wider UK economy. Neil Osullivan

The move builds on Partner&’s already established presence in Herefordshire, Lichfield, Staffordshire and Nottingham secured by a start-up office and deals for launch partners CGI (April 2020) and IFM Select (April 2021).


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