bpl solicitors limited was founded in 2005. Since then we have grown as a business into one of the largest and most respected property solicitors firms in the country. In October 2017 we expanded our business by joining Metamorph Law Group, subsequently increasing our team across the country to include Linder Myers Conveyancing. This added offices in Manchester, Lytham, Chester, Lymington, and Shrewsbury, in addition to our bpl solicitors offices in Poundbury and Bournemouth. In October 2019 our teams were expanded further to include Terry Jones Conveyancing, increasing our Shrewsbury team, and adding Telford and Newport to our offices. With offices nationwide, and across three brands, we can offer a specialist conveyancing service tailored to your case.
Throughout our journey, it has been clear that the quality of our service is crucial. Much of our work comes from returning clients, or is referred to us by professional introducers and other third parties because they find that we can add real value to a transaction.
As a firm we have specialised in property matters since our inception in 2005 and we have built our business so that it is now consistently in the top 20-30 residential conveyancers by volume in the country (according to Land Registry Data). We have not done this however at the expense of our clients and pride ourselves on our commitment to client care and pragmatic and human advice at all times. bpl solicitors is a client-focussed organisation. We want our clients to receive the very highest quality legal services and advice whenever they need it.
The firm is also fully committed to the rigorous standards of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme – also known as CQS. This is an external mark of quality and delivery to which we voluntarily accede to detailed audit each year.
The consequence of this is that all personnel within the Firm must judge their actions from the client’s viewpoint, and be aware that in addition to the provision of the highest levels of technical legal expertise, clients have a right to expect that their lawyers will be: