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Fri, October 08, 2021

Sport Resolutions moves to its new office

Sport Resolutions moves to its new office

We are delighted to announce that we have moved to our new home at 1 Paternoster Lane, overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral, in the heart of London. 

As a result of our success and growth in recent years, both at national and international level, we were in need of a bigger space with cutting edge facilities to cater for personal and remote processes. 

We will have access to the International Dispute Resolution Centre’s modern and fully equipped rooms for our arbitrations, mediations and meetings. All rooms are flexible and can be set up in a variety of different layouts to suit any specific need.

To protect the health of our staff and visitors, the building benefits from a filtration system that is 99% effective at removing indoor air pollutants and airborne viruses.

The new building has two separate entrances, one from Paternoster Square and another from St Paul’s Churchyard with reception desks at either side. 

After 19 months of working from home, our staff will be reuniting again in-person in late October at the new office. Whilst our team will work more flexibly in the future, the office will be permanently staffed during normal working hours.

Whilst we have many fond memories of our old office, 1 Salisbury Square, which has been home to us since 2011 and has served us well, we are thrilled to be starting the next chapter for Sport Resolutions in our new home!

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