Old Sodbury Office

Situated within a former 19th Century Toll House, our Old Sodbury office is located approx. 3 miles from the M4 (Junction 18) between the village of Old Sodbury and the market town of Chipping Sodbury, adjacent to the A432 Badminton Road and ample parking is available on site. The team here covers a wide range of professional services providing clients with comprehensive coverage throughout South Gloucestershire, West Wiltshire and into South Wales.

Stewart Waters is the Director in charge of the Old Sodbury Office and heads up our team of staff within the Rural, Commercial and Design departments.

Old Sodbury Office

TEL01454 320144
FAX01454 320155


Hartley House, Badminton Road,
Old Sodbury, South Gloucestershire BS37 6LX

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The Old Sodbury Office Team

Local information

Situated on the edge of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Chipping Sodbury, is a thriving town with its roots in the rural economy.

Agricultural produce in 13th, 14th and 15th Centuries, including wool from the Cotswolds was traded here and weaving and the tanning of leather became an important industry in the town. When the coaching era began in the Elizabethan period the town benefited greatly. The rise of the merchant class and a requirement for travel boosted trade and there is to this day evidence of the many inns that sprang up as a result.

Today, the town is still a popular destination for shoppers and café. 'The Pitchings', an area adjacent to the main street where farmers and traders used to gather and sell their wares from the time of the Middle Ages, ensures that the wide High Street (disputed to be the widest in the UK) retains the feel of a market town. A number of fairs and festivals as well as the diverse range of societies and groups all play a part in making the town a successful and vibrant community.

The historic City of Bristol to the south also provides significant employment opportunities and entertainment including shopping, restaurants, theatres and cinemas.