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London & Country expands with new City offices

Mortgage and protection broker London & Country has continued its expansion by opening a new office in the City of London.

The Bath-based firm, which also has an office in Newcastle, previously had a temporary office within the capital, serving mainly as a location for London-based clients to certify documentation.

However, the company is seeking to grow its presence in London and so has moved into new, permanent offices on Lombard Street.

A team of mortgage and protection advisers started working out of the new office this week.

London & Country associate director of communications David Hollingworth says the company has not yet set a projection for how many advisers it will place in the capital.

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