The mayor of Melksham, Terri Welch, cut the ribbon to the new-look offices of Wiltshire law firm Goughs recently.
Over the last six months the office has seen significant change both internally and externally. Externally, the office has been completely re-painted and refreshed with new signage.
Internally, a modern reception desk, new seating, re-carpeting, re-decorating, new lighting and improved window displays has led to a much improved office environment, benefitting both clients and employees.
Richard Bebb, partner in charge of the Melksham office, said: “The successful re-branding of this office is part of the firm’s continuing commitment to our re-branding project. Our re-brand provides a fresh, new look and approach to what is already a well known and trusted firm.
“Our brand as a firm isn’t just limited to how our offices look and feel. It is an intrinsic part of who we are and how we operate. Through extensive consultation with staff, clients and many hours of strategic planning, we believe that we have created an enhanced identity, which not only reflects our core values, but also brings the Goughs brand into the 21st century”.