Andrew Weir joins the Team London Bridge Board

We are pleased to announce that Andrew Weir a Partner at Anthony Gold has joined the board of the Team London Bridge BID. Anthony Gold have been proud supporters of Team London Bridge since the BID was created in 2006. Having previously been based in New London Bridge House, the staff at Anthony Gold have watched the evolution of the London Bridge area over the years.

Andrew has worked in the SE1 area for over 15 years and will be replacing the firm’s predecessor, Howard Lerman, who has represented TLB for 15 years. Andrew is eminent for his expertise in drafting and negotiating commercial leases for offices and other small businesses premises, acting for developers and undertaking a wide range of property transactions across the BID area, Central London and countrywide.

Andrew joins the TLB Board from October 2017 and is looking forward to getting involved from day one. He says, ‘Team London Bridge is at the heart of the SE1 business community and has a unique position in being able to put the interests of its members first without fear from, or constraint by, political pressure or its own commercial agenda.

I am very pleased to be a part of the Board and look forward to using my commercial and legal experience gained predominantly in SE1 in supporting the important objectives encapsulated in the TLB mission and assisting with maximising the exciting opportunities presenting themselves for the further development of London Bridge businesses in the coming years.’

Andrew looks forward to coordinating with the other ten members of the Team London Bridge Board on a quarterly basis to ensure that they represent the business community and provides support within the community.

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New Partner and Senior Associates promotions at Anthony Gold

Leading South London firm Anthony Gold, has announced a series of seven senior promotions across the firm’s three offices. This now brings the total number of staff to 154 including 31 Partners.

The Firm has announced Beth Holden (Commercial Litigation) and Spencer McGuire (Conveyancing) as new Partners.

Beth Holden has been promoted to Partner in the Commercial Litigation department. Beth joined Anthony Gold in 2012. Her notable cases in the last two years include Purrunsing v A’Court & another [2016] and McCabe v McCabe [2015] where she acted for the successful claimants. Her expertise in property fraud litigation and contentious probate is widely recognised. She has recently been quoted in the Financial Times, and previously the Sunday Times.

Spencer McGuire has been promoted to Partner in the Conveyancing department. Since joining in the firm in 2008, Spencer has continued to be highly regarded by his clients. His promotion to Partner further enhances the strength and reputation of the Conveyancing team.

A further five fee-earners have been promoted to Senior Associate in their respective specialist client areas, which include:

Monika Bryska (Commercial)

Adam Dyl (Injury and Medical Claims)

Amanda Hopkins (Injury and Medical Claims)

Donovan Lindsay (Court of Protection)

Nazia Rashid (Family)

Commenting on the promotions, Managing Partner David Marshall said: “Both Beth and Spencer have shown great commitment to the success of the firm and their departments and will add valuable contributions to the partnership as the firm continues to grow. By adding five new Senior Associates across various teams we have strengthened our offering and continue to pride ourselves on being a South London firm with a national presence.”

* Disclaimer: The information on the Anthony Gold website is for general information only and reflects the position at the date of publication. It does not constitute legal advice and should not be treated as such. It is provided without any representations or warranties, express or implied.*