Our aim is to be one of the leading providers of quality legal services for people and businesses nationwide
GLP Solicitors are independent partnerships with law practices throughout Greater Manchester.
We are able to offer coverage throughout the country and, through our agency arrangements, are able to deal with matters abroad.
GLP Solicitors are confident that in a competitive market, we can offer the very best of quality and service. We set our standards to the highest level and strive to offer added value to all our clients
Whats in a name?
GLP is simply an acronym, short for the names of our two senior Partners, Graham Leigh and Jonathan Pfeffer.
We have Practices working from:
Bury, Manchester, Pendlebury and Prestwich
All Solicitors are subject to rules and principles of professional conduct that are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (known as ‘the SRA’), which is the independent regulatory body of the Law Society of England & Wales.
All the independent practices of GLP Solicitors are law firms. As independent partnerships, each GLP practice is separately authorised and regulated by the SRA, with the following reference numbers: Bury: 307015, Manchester (LLP): 511445*, Middleton: 69836, Pendlebury: 73881, Prestwich (LLP): 543409*, Worsley: 403135.
*GLP (Manchester) LLP is registered as an LLP in England & Wales with the Partnership No: OC341970, and has the SRA ID: 511445GLP (Prestwich) LLP is registered as an LLP in England & Wales with the Partnership No: OC351774, and has the SRA ID: 543409Both LLP practices trade as ‘GLP Solicitors’.
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The address and telephone number of each practice can be found below.
All GLP Solicitors practices are VAT registered in England as GB registrations: Bury (150587759), Manchester (693168110), Pendlebury (519459222), Prestwich (732571637).
GLP Solicitors (Bury)Central Office – Maple House, 8 Haymarket Street, Bury, Lancashire, BL9 0AR0800 138 firstname.lastname@example.org
GLP (Prestwich) LLP also trading as GLP Solicitors (Prestwich)Portland Terrace, 9, Fairfax Road, Prestwich, Manchester, M25 1AS0161 773 email@example.comGLP Solicitors (Pendlebury)672, Bolton Road, Pendlebury, Swinton, Manchester M27 8FH0161 793 firstname.lastname@example.org
GLP Solicitors (Worsley) Formerly of:15, Hulton District Centre, Little Hulton, Worsley, Manchester M28 0BA0161 828 email@example.com
GLP (Manchester) LLP also trading as– GLP Solicitors (Manchester) &– GLP Businessall of 85, Chapel Street, Salford, Manchester, M3 5DF0161 834 firstname.lastname@example.org
GLP Solicitors (Middleton) 20A, Lakeland CourtLangley, Middleton, Manchester M24 5QJ0161 795 email@example.com
GLP Legal Management LimitedCentral Office – Maple House 8 Haymarket Street Bury Lancashire BL9 0AR0800 138 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lexcel is the Law Society’s practice management standard. It is a scheme to certify that certain standards have been met following independent assessment.
The Lexcel practice management standard is only awarded to solicitors who meet the highest management and customer care standards.
Lexcel accredited practices undergo rigorous independent assessment every year to ensure they meet required standards of excellence in areas such as client care, case management and risk management.
All the GLP Solicitors practices have been Lexcel accredited since 2002, indeed were amongst the first legal practices in the North West to achieve recognition as Lexcel accredited firms.The practices were re-accredited by the Lexcel appointed body, Centre for Assessment, in November 2020. The next re-accreditation is due in the Autumn of 2021.
GLP Solicitors’ independent legal practices are all committed to eliminating unlawful discrimination, harassment or bullying incidents throughout their firms and to promoting equality and diversity within their policies, procedures and work practices.
The Partners of the various firms are also committed to ensuring equality and diversity in all GLP Solicitors’ offices and allied concerns.
This applies to their clients, staff and Partners, other solicitors and third party contacts.Resultant from the regulatory requirements of the Solicitors Regulation Authority, as signatories to the Law Society Charter on Equality & Diversity and our own internal policies covering equality and diversity matters, we are obliged to publish a summary of aggregate information about GLP Solicitors on the GLP website.
The 2019 survey covered Partners and staff working for ‘GLP Solicitors’ on 31st May 2019, producing a 95% response. By way of comparison, the most recent survey in 2017 provided a 91% response. As they are entitled to do, 5% of staff have chosen not to respond to the survey this year. 64% (2017: 72%) of those working under the ‘GLP’ banner and choosing to identify their gender are female, as are 25% (23%) of GLP’s Partners.92% (2017: 92%) report their British/UK background and 81% (75%) report their state school education. 23% (27%) of the team fall into the 25-34, 20% (18%) fall into the 44-54 and 20% (27%) fall into the 55-64 age group brackets.
Some form of disability was reported by 5% of personnel (2017: NIL) whilst 9% (20%) stated that they offered between 1 and 19 hours per week in helping or supporting family members, friends and neighbours because of long-term physical or mental ill-health/disability, or because of problems relating to old age.Subject to the SRA’s timetable and direction, following the bi-annual pattern since 2013, it is envisaged that the next profession-wide ‘Diversity’ survey will be undertaken in 2021 a summary of which will be published shortly thereafter.
The GLP Solicitors practices are committed to providing high quality legal advice and client care.
If you are unhappy about any aspect of the service you have received, or about the invoice or bill for professional services that has been issued, please contact the Complaints Partner (email@example.com) for each legal practice using the telephone number or email address shown on the relevant page on this website, or by post.
If you are not satisfied with the firm’s handling of your compliant you can request the Legal Ombudsman on 0300 555 0333 to consider your complaint.