The statutory minimum redundancy pay is not much. For example, you would be entitled to 1 weeks pay for each year you worked between your 22nd and 41st birthday.
As part of your redundancy package you will also be entitled to any contractual or implied notice - this will usually be upward of one month.
However, you should review the redundancy package you have been offered as potentially being a starting point for negotiations. For many of the employees who come to employmentlaw.co.uk, we are able to increase the amount on offer by thousands of pounds. How is this possible? Well, it does depend on circumstances but remember that although you are leaving, your old employer may still need your co-operation and assistance, and almost certainly will want to part as friends. You may be able to emphasize your input into client relationships and/or your inside knowledge on particular deals which may remind your employer they need some on-going support from you, even if they no longer need you as a full time employee. You know your own worth and the areas of specialized knowledge you have - it is your job to remind your old employer that it is better you leave on very good terms.
There may be other tips and pointers your employment lawyer, or your placement agent, may be able to help with: they will be objective. As London employment lawyers our advice is confidential and we are experienced negotiators.