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Painting the town red
LSH acquires BTWShiells

Commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton has today announced the acquisition of BTWShiells’s commercial division.

St Albans new recruits
Lambert Smith Hampton's St Albans office welcomes new recruits

National commercial property consultancy, Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH), has appointed three new surveyors for its St Albans office, demonstrating its commitment to growing its business in Hertfordshire.

Alex Tross
City on track for HS2 boost

Birmingham’s office market is on track for a major boost with the expected arrival of the HS2 project acting as a catalyst for businesses and investors to explore opportunities in the city.

Industrial and logistics news: October 2014

Round-up of recent market news...

Yorkshire commercial property investment on track for record year

Investment in the Yorkshire commercial property sector during the third quarter of 2014 reached £354.83m - a 91% increase on the previous quarter and 18% higher than in the corresponding period last year.

North West commercial property investment on track to be highest since 2007

Investment in the North West commercial property market has reached a record £2.1bn for the year to date.

Geoff Gibson
Industrial unit sale sparks bidding battle

An industrial unit at a popular Leicester business park has been sold after a bidding war involving several potential purchasers.

LSH brokers successful sale of the most exciting development opportunity in the South East

Remarkable effect on Reading's economic activity and employment expected from sale of Reading Gateway

Richard Jones
LSH crowned Queens Square agents

LSH has been appointed retail agent for the newly refurbished Queen’s Square Shopping Centre in West Bromwich.

Manchester office take-up is on target for record year

City centre office take up at the end of Q3 amounted to 968,338 sq ft, a level that has already exceeded the annual total for 2013 by 11%.

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