Our Next exploration will be Ranmoor Hall Sheffield:

Fucking scum and so named solicitor Ian Firth,

This is Ian Firth

of Stumperlowe House, Stumperlowe Hall Road, Fulwood, Sheffield. S10 3 QS Our moles are out and about and we should have an image of his current home, and more of his new place soon.

Whose South Yorkshire firm made £78 million from sick miners‘ compensation is splashing out on a palatial new pad in Sheffield.

Built in the late 19th century the building functioned as a private residence until the 1940’s when it was purchased by the Coal Board for offices, they continued to use the building until the late 1960’s when ownership passed over to what we now know as the Department for Work & Pensions. They altered the original building and constructed a series of extensions to provide residential conference accommodation. The site was acquired by Ian Firth and a local developer and divided into two halves, our client gaining ownership of the original building.

Ian Firth senior partner at Barnsley law firm Raleys

Raleys Solicitors Barnsley (Head Office)
Raleys Solicitors – Barnsley (Head Office)
Regent House
Regent Street
South Yorkshire
S70 2EG
Tel: 01226 211 111
Email: raleys@raleys.co.uk

Barnsley Head Office Map

Is renovating £4.5m Ranmoor Hall, a huge Victorian stately pile built in 1881 for a cutlery baron. He is spending what is thought to be hundreds of thousands of pounds converting the stone-built mansion into his own private residence.

Existing Photographs

View from Gates - Click to Enlarge Main Entrance - Click to Enlarge

Main Gate - Click to Enlarge Driveway to Stable Block - Click to Enlarge

Front Elevation - Click to Enlarge Rear Elevation Showing Extension - Click to Enlarge

Rear Elevation of Original House - Click to Enlarge View of Extensions - Click to Enlarge

May 2008

View from Adjoining Site - Click to Enlarge Extension Part Demolished - Click to Enlarge

Internal View - Click to Enlarge Existing Extension Demolished - Click to Enlarge

June 2008

Rear Elevation of Original House - Click to Enlarge View from Extension to Main Drive - Click to Enlarge

View of New Retaining Wall - Click to Enlarge View From Scaffold - Click to Enlarge

November 2008

View from Gates - Click to Enlarge Rear Elevation of Garage Block - Click to Enlarge

New First Floor Stone Bay Window - Click to Enlarge View of New Windows to Atrium - Click to Enlarge

January 2009

New Atrium Windows - Click to Enlarge Forming of Opening to Lower Basement Garage - Click to Enlarge

Excavation for New Extension - Click to Enlarge Curved Garden Retaining Wall - Click to Enlarge

David Shelbourne, of Worsbrough, Barnsley, whose father-in-law Arthur Tinker did not live to see his compensation, said: “I wish I could afford to do that. I think it’s disgusting.” Imposing Ranmoor Hall, on a private drive off leafy Belgrave Road in Ranmoor, has been gutted and a large team of contractors is currently working at the site surrounded by security fencing.

Mr Firth, who currently lives nearby in a much smaller property on Stumperlowe Hall Rd Sheffield, Sheffield S10, UK, has hired Barnsley architects the Firth Partnership to oversee the development of the hall, formerly a residential training centre for the Department for Work and Pensions.


Raleys handled 60,000 claims for compensation from ex-miners

Solicitors in South Yorkshire deliberately breached a code of conduct to collect £32m in fees from miners’ compensation claims, a tribunal ruled.

Six partners at Raleys in Barnsley took a deliberate and calculated risk to break rules to make “a huge amount”.

Partner Ian Firth was suspended for four years, David Barber for two years and Jonathan Markham for six months.

Three junior partners were each fined £10,000. All the solicitors had denied any wrongdoing.

The hearing in London ruled that an agreement made with Zuko Legal, a so-called claims farm, to take on 19,000 claims, some of which were the result of cold-calling practises, was against the professional code of conduct.

Nothing will change for working class people without significant changes to the class structure!

Barnsdale was going to write something about Raley’s, but Snookcocker has already said all that needs to be said…

First Jim Beresford and his mate, now six of the buggers at Raleys Solicitors scavenged the fat from miners’ compensation claims.

Are all solicitors money grabbing thieving twats?

Has the NUM become just like any other top down bureaucratic union?

More to follow:


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4 responses to “Our Next exploration will be Ranmoor Hall Sheffield:

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  4. Fill those boots Ian Firth—shame on you!
    Here’s hoping you get Vibrating White Finger,Emphysema,a couple of crush injuries,and your union stabs you in the back.
    Enjoy your coal effect fire,and grow old and cold on what you did to my dad and men like him.

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