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In compliance with the guidance set forth by the UK Government and the Health & Safety Executive, CMS has undertaken a COVID-19 risk assessment to ensure its workplaces and operations are COVID-secure.  Affirmation of the completed assessment can be found here. 

CMS in Sheffield provides banking, clinical & professional risk, corporate, construction, employment, environment, health & safety, pensions, planning, disputes and real estate legal advice. The office advises major businesses across many sectors including infrastructure, real estate and advanced manufacturing.

We have had an office in Sheffield since 1990. With 16 partners and 141 lawyers based in the city, our Sheffield team works with clients locally, nationally and internationally, leveraging the strength of the other national and international offices of CMS.

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By car

If you are travelling by car, please enter postcode S2 5SY into your satnav for directions to the office. There is limited parking at the office, therefore it may sometimes be necessary for visitors to use alternative parking.

The NCP Car Park at Blonk Street is a short walk from the office.

By train

Sheffield Station is located 1 mile from the office.

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CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
1 South Quay
Victoria Quays
S2 5SY
United Kingdom
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