Access to our notarial and related services.

Please note that following the gradual easing of emergency lockdown measures our main office in the heart of the City of London at Bankside House, 107 Leadenhall Street, EC3 is fully operational with a reduced but fully supported staff presence.

We have carried out a risk assessment to address the risks of Covid-19 and we have taken appropriate measures to control and minimise such risk in our workplace.

Our office and switchboard is open Monday- Friday from 8am – 6pm, we can be contacted during usual business hours on our main office number +44 (0) 20 7623 9477 or by email [email protected]. For urgent matters outside usual business hours please email [email protected].

We are determined to continue to assist our clients in these worrying times and, subject to government and health authority guidance, we are able to continue to provide notarial and related services while adapting some usual working practices and procedures.

Our response to coronavirus and access to our services

Developments in remote and electronic notarisation

1 August 2021


Cheeswrights LLP, a leading firm of scrivener notaries

Cheeswrights has been established as a firm of scrivener notaries in the City of London since 1779. Our aim is to build on our heritage whilst being firmly focused on and attuned to meeting the demands of an ever increasingly connected digital world to provide notarial services of the highest standard.

Cheeswrights is based in the heart of the City at Leadenhall Street, London EC3 and has a satellite office at Canary Wharf in the Docklands financial district.


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