LSH acquires BTWShiells
Commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton has today announced the acquisition of BTWShiells’s commercial division.
'No vacancies' signs at Lakeside Industrial Estate
On behalf of Centurion Properties and the Scottish Widows Investment Partnership Property Trust (SWIPPT), Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has secured four new leases with two tenants.
LSH shows committment to North East
LSH has pledged its commitment to the North East region with the announcement it has signed a lease for new office accommodation at Earl Grey House on Newcastle’s Grey Street.
TfL buys iconic London office
Transport for London (TfL) has acquired the long lease for the offices above London's historic Covent Garden Tube station from Didier Tandy's Sunnyday Capital for £10m.
Speculative office development set to start
Work is scheduled to begin this month on two grade A, three storey office buildings, totalling more than 34,000 sq ft, within a landscaped setting at Watermead Business Park, Syston, by Marlborough Property Group.
Industrial take-up in Cambridge soars
Take-up of industrial stock in the first six months of 2014 in Cambridge has soared – surpassing total annual take-up for the last two years.
Rise in build to suit developments in East Midlands
LSH's 2014 H1 industrial and logistics review reveals that the region’s key commercial sites are now all promoting build to suit opportunities in the absence of speculative development.
Cambridge office sector boom continues
The Cambridge office market continues to be a major draw for tenants and investors alike as it builds on a record-breaking year of activity.
LSH advises Helical Bar on Rockspring portfolio purchase
Lambert Smith Hampton has advised Helical Bar on its £29.7m acquisition of a portfolio of 11 industrial and distribution warehouse assets from Rockspring Property Investment Managers.
LSH supports abandonment of plans to further tinker with rates appeals
News that the Government is to abandon proposals that would have complicated the procedures for rating appeals has been welcomed by Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).