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Our Cambridge office, based in this beautiful University city, provides friendly, accessible and technically excellent service, and is testament to our commitment to this marketplace. Compass House is easy to get to and there is designated free parking for our visitors.

GreenwoodsGRM Office CambridgeCompass House
Vision Park
CB24 9AD

T +44 (0)1223 785300
F +44 (0)1223 785301

Google Map Link
Cambridge location map – PDF

Please park in spaces 186 to 194. To find them, head straight down through the
car park from the entrance keeping Compass House on your left. Take the last
right-hand turn. Spaces 186 to 194 are on your right.


Our London office is located in a picturesque and historic part of London, close to Gray’s Inn Gardens and Lincoln’s Inn Fields, with Chancery Lane, the Law Society and the Royal Courts of Justice nearby. Our Bedford Row office is in a listed building, with a Georgian façade and historic features inside. Based centrally, it has great transport links, with easy access to both tube and mainline stations.

GreenwoodsGRM Office London

1 Bedford Row

DX: 95 London/Chancery Lane

Tel: +44 (0)20 7242 0631
Fax: +44 (0)20 7504 1200

Google Map Link
London location map – PDF


Our Head Office is based in Peterborough, near the city centre. Our Monkstone House office is served by superb transport links and is ideally situated for clients throughout the country. Free visitor parking is available.

Greenwoods GRM Office Peterborough

Monkstone House
City Road

DX: 12599

T +44 (0)1733 887700
F +44 (0)1733 887701

Google Map Link
Peterborough location map – PDF

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