Hogan Lovells considers closing one of its three London bases amid support staff restructuring

Firm mulls whether to leave Meridian House, home to more than 200 support staff

Hogan Lovells is considering dropping one of its three London bases as the firm continues to review its office space requirements in the capital, amid a restructuring of its back-office operations.

The firm is mulling whether to leave Meridian House on Farringdon Street – which houses between 200 and 250 staff covering a number of support functions – and drop down to two buildings in the City.

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