Furley Page Chatham office is based in fascinating surroundings at the Admiral's Offices in The Historic Dockyard, Chatham. A potential World Heritage Site, The Historic Dockyard has developed a unique partnership with the National Maritime Museum and the Imperial War Museum to create a new centre for world-class collections. The majority of the old Navy dockyard site, including most of St Mary’s Island is now known as Chatham Maritime.
Furley Page Chatham office provides an ideal base from which we service a wide range of commercial clients throughout the Thames Gateway corridor, Kent and Medway. We are able to provide specialist business services including commercial property, mergers and acquisitions, commercial contracts, employment advice, dispute resolution, debt recovery and financial services for business. For further information about our services for business from our Chatham office please speak to Susan Jennings.
Our team at Medway also offer a range of legal services to individuals which includes residential conveyancing, family law and advice on Wills. The team provides services to private clients living in the Medway area and surrounding districts up to North and West Kent and beyond. Our office in Chatham Dockyard is particularly convenient for those living locally because we are within walking distance from Chatham Maritime and St Mary’s Island and we have ample free parking for those living further afield. For information about our private client services from our Chatham office please speak to Nicola Rostron or Susan Jennings.
The Historic Dockyard is easily accessible for visitors and has ample free parking. To enter the Historic Dockyard either go through the manned barrier from the Dock Road (A231) or use the main Visitors Entrance at the opposite end of the site.
Furley Page Thames Gateway, Chatham Office address:
Main Gate Road
The Historic Dockyard
Telephone 01634 828277
Fax 01634 830056
DX 131400 Rochester 2
From London M2 Junction 1 and Dover M2 Junction 4
Furley Page Thames Gateway Chatham office, based at The Historic Dockyard, Chatham; is only an hour's drive from London, Dover and the Channel Tunnel and a short distance from the M25. The Historic Dockyard brown tourist signs are posted from Junction 1, 3 and 4 of the M2. From London, M2, Junction 1 and from Dover, M2, Junction 4. Follow the A289 to the Medway Tunnel. At the tunnel, follow signs to Chatham and the Historic Dockyard. Either enter by the main Visitors Entrance or follow Dock Road (A231) round the to the Main Gate Entrance. Download Map.
Entering Chatham Town Centre from M2/M20
From Maidstone, Junction 3 of the M2 and the M20. Follow A229/A230 for Chatham town centre and tourist signs for Historic Dockyard and Chatham Maritime. Pick up Dock Road (A231) enter by either the Main Gate Entrance, through a manned barrier or follow the road round to the Visitors Entrance. Download Map.
Entering Chatham Town Centre by Rail
By rail there is a regular train service to Chatham Station from London, surrounding districts and Dover Priory.
Entrance to The Historic Dockyard, Chatham
The entrance to The Historic Dockyard is through a manned barrier. You will be directed to parking on arrival. Follow the road round into the dockyard, Furley Page office is in the Admiral's Offices, opposite the helipad carpark. Download Map.