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Head office - Roundhay

Our main Solicitors office, 112 Street Lane Leeds LS8 2AL, is located in Roundhay, North Leeds. Situated on Street Lane, a well-established and popular business and social hub, this office is within easy reach of all major routes. It's about one mile from Moortown Corner, about three quarters of mile from Roundhay Park, and just a couple of bus stops from Oakwood Clock tower.

Local Solicitors, less than 15 minutes drive from Adel, Alwoodley, Bardsey, Bramhope, Chapel Allerton, Collingham, Crossgates, East Keswick, Harewood, Harehills, Headingley, Meanwood, Moortown, Oakwood, Roundhay, Scarcroft, Seacroft, Shadwell, Thorner and Wike.

We have a highly experienced team of solicitors who can offer clients a full legal service for both individuals and the commercial sector.  With on-site parking, a welcoming reception area, boardrooms and meeting rooms, we provide a complete local legal service on your doorstep.

Our head office has disability access. It is accessible to wheelchairs and those with mobility needs by way of a ramp to the front of the offices where our reception area is located and the majority of meeting rooms, with parking spaces available near the bottom of the ramp.

Get directions to our head office at 112 Street Lane Leeds LS8 2AL.

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Winston Solicitors Head Office - Roundhay

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