Partners at Anderson Strathern are celebrating a rise in turnover of 11% to more than £15.5m during the last year, a success that will see the firm move to a new office in Glasgow in the near future. According to a statement from the firm, fee income has increased dramatically, supported by increased profitability, underlining the firm’s adoption of the “Formidable but Friendly” strap line. Partners believe that this ethos has enabled it to compete in the tough Scottish legal sector. Significant recent new client wins include the University of Stirling, INEOS Manufacturing Scotland Limited at Grangemouth, Scottish and Southern Energy and Peel Ports. The firm has also retained the prestigious Crown Estate portfolio after a further tender round. The firm has been advising clients in over £1 billion of transport projects as they passed through the Scottish Parliament. Robert Carr, Chairman of Anderson Strathern, said: “We are delighted at these results. This development is fuelled in no small part by our commitment to and belief in the full service offering that we provide to our clients. “Our ten largest clients are serviced on average by six departments each. We have a unique ability in the Scottish market to serve highly sophisticated clients across a broad range of legal specialisms. We have increased that range over the past number of years, with notable performers including the Parliamentary and Public Law Team, the Private Client Department and our burgeoning Insurance Litigation Team. “Client care is central to our continuing success and continues to be at the heart of what we do at Anderson Strathern. It is the cornerstone of our full service offering. “The entire Anderson Strathern team is committed to going above and beyond the call of duty for our clients and our success is testament to their commitment and hard work.” ON the back of this success, the firm is set to expand and move to new premises in Glasgow in the near future.