Simply Conveyancing has announced the acquisition of Peterborough-based Pirie Palmann as part of an ambitious growth drive that it says will see it become one of the largest and most experienced conveyancing practices in the UK.
Simply Conveyancing, which was founded in 2000, is backed by PE investors Livingbridge and has expanded rapidly in recent years. The acquisition of Pirie Palmann creates a top 10 conveyancing practice with over 300 employees in offices in Daventry, London, Milton Keynes, and Cardiff. There are plans to open a north of England office soon.
Simply Conveyancing works extensively with estate agent partners and prides itself in delivering excellent service to both clients and referrers. It’s Trustpilot and Feefo reviews places it as one of the highest rated residential conveyancing law firms on review platforms.
Rob Grimshaw, CEO of Simply Conveyancing, explains how the acquisition is the next steps in the development of the Simply offeringsaid:
“The acquisition of Pirie Palmann is a great match for Simply Conveyancing as its experienced team and commitment to quality reflect our own values. Together, we are a formidable force in the sector and a highly capable partner for referring agents. Our innovative approach to flexible ways of working and investment in technology mean we’re well positioned for rapid growth – Simply and Pirie Palmann are facing the future with confidence, and we are excited for the next steps.”
Pirie Palmann, which was formed by founders Marion Palmann and Chris Pirie in 1994, have an established reputation in the conveyancing industry, carrying out work locally, regionally and nationally, and the acquisition will see it retain its recognised brand as part of the larger business.
Chris Pirie comments:
“After 28 years building a successful and reputable conveyancing business, we could not have found a closer match for Pirie Palmann’s values and ethos than Simply Conveyancing. We are excited at the prospect of growing a top quality, market-leading company combining two great teams of people.”