Gavin Redman

Partner Business Development (Non-Lawyer)
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Gavin Redman is a Partner at Express Solicitors heading up the Business Development department. Gavin has been with the firm since 2011 and he joined during a period of steady expansion. Gavin understands what Express Solicitors needs to continue to grow and prosper. In a relatively short period of time he has overseen marketing, PR and structural developments.

Indeed, Gavin has worked hard with the firm’s external PR team to secure fantastic exposure for Express Solicitors on BBC radio programmes, ITV news and various print and online publications. As the Personal Injury Law marketplace has never been so competitive, this exposure has been instrumental in establishing the firm as one of the UK’s leading independent specialist Personal Injury Law firms.

Gavin, unlike the majority of the firms management team, is not a lawyer. He cites this as an advantage, allowing him to offer a fresh perspective on matters. Instead, he focuses on what the prospective clients want to see and hear and caters the businesses approach to meet prospective clients needs.


Gavin hangs his hat in Gee Cross, Hyde. A qualified chef, he still loves to cook and entertain friends and family. Anyone caught playing with their food chez Redman can expect the red card (or at least a caution), as Gavin is a FA qualified referee.

Gavin races an autograss car. This, apparently, is Britain’s most popular form of amateur motor racing (we had to Google this). Perhaps Gavin’s penchant for racing on natural surfaces comes from his love of gardening, as when he’s not cooking up canny development ideas for Express or risking life and limb in a souped-up saloon, he can be found tending to his garden.

He has a particular interest in the effect of lighting in gardening and how this can alter the feel and ambience of a garden. As for how old Gavin is. . .well his favourite quote is this by Henry Winkler (The Fonz): “I am finally old enough to realise my father was right, but now my kids think I am wrong”.


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