Bridlington law firm Williamsons Solicitors has strengthened its directors’ board to reflect strong growth.
Company secretary Brian Cook and solicitors Jane Cousins, Jim Suthers and Nick Gray have joined existing directors Bill Waddington and Sarah Clubley on the Board.
Mr Waddington said: “We have put in place a structure designed to oversee our continued progress and to assist with our plans for the future.
“The appointments will allow sharing of responsibilities as the business continues to grow and will enable us to move on with our plans more quickly.
“The new Board members bring with them a wealth of experience, not only in their respective fields of expertise, but also in their management skills.”
Williamsons has opened branch offices and steadily increased its client base over the last few years in Hull and East Yorkshire generally.
Sarah Clubley said that the firm’s strategy to increase its presence outside the city was proving successful.
She said: “We did it to improve services to our existing and prospective clients in the county by making it much more convenient for them.
“We have been able to markedly increase the size of our operations in Driffield and Bridlington and are making good progress in Beverley after opening up in the town this spring.”
The firm opened offices in Bridlington in 2012, moving to larger premises in 2013, in Wellington Road, after taking on the staff of local practice Stuart Smith and Burnett.