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Ince & Co in alliance with Incisive Law LLC to go open plan in new office move


International law firm Ince & Co in alliance with Incisive Law LLC has announced today that it will move its Singapore office to 5 Shenton Way, UIC Building, one of the newest redevelopments in Singapore’s Central Business District. Ince & Co will be in its new premises on 1 May. A recipient of the BCA Green Mark Award (Gold Plus), the UIC Building at No. 5 Shenton Way is a high-density, mixed-use redevelopment designed in line with the Singapore Government’s initiative to promote a balanced lifestyle in a green and sustainable environment.

The new space offers enhanced client facilities for holding events and modern collaboration areas, involving new working methods, with open-plan surroundings, providing flexibility and greater opportunity for teamwork. The firm has also invested in new technologies including Microsoft Surface Pro 4 tablets and the latest generation Wi-Fi with increased capacity and security, which will allow the office to move to an agile working arrangement.

Ince & Co has established a steering committee from across its Singapore office to work with its advisers to agree practical elements of the new office, including interior design and space planning.

The relocation of Ince & Co’s Singapore office follows that of the firm’s Le Havre office in 2017 and its Hong Kong and London offices in 2016, which also take advantage of the latest office design and underpinning technologies.

John Simpson, Head of Ince & Co’s Singapore office, commented:

“We have been in our long-time home in Collyer Quay since 1996. With our Singapore office growing and with strategic growth planned for the firm in general, the move is designed to provide space for expansion, and, just as importantly, create an atmosphere where our teams and clients can meet to work together on projects.”

Jan Heuvels, Ince & Co’s International Senior Partner, added:

“The feedback that I received from partners, staff and clients in relation to our new London, Hong Kong and Le Havre offices has been unanimously positive. UIC Building is a great space in terms of quality, location and image and it can handle our future growth in Singapore. It is the latest example of the investment that we are making to modernise our business and enhance the working environment for our people, while improving the services and facilities that we are able to offer our clients.”

Ince & Co has instructed Jones Lang LaSalle as its project management consultant in relation to the move.