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Alex Tross
Birmingham office market heading for record year

Birmingham’s office market could be heading for a record year – but the delivery of new stock needs to be carefully managed to maintain long-term growth in the city.

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Improving conditions see surge in Sheffield office market

Latest research shows office take-up in Sheffield has almost surpassed the whole of 2015 in just six months, although there has been a significant fall in Grade A deals.

Lambert Smith Hampton acquires Douglas Newman Good Commercial

Founded by Edmund Douglas in 1993, Douglas Newman Good Commercial is one of the most respected commercial property advisers in Ireland.

Regions dominate as UK commercial property continues to attract overseas buyers

Investment in UK commercial property reached £36.0bn during the first half of 2015 – the second highest total on record - thanks in part to a strong performance from the regions, according to new figures from Lambert Smith Hampton’s latest UK Investment Transactions report.

New Award explores the opportunities of city devolution

The move towards greater devolution of power, as illustrated by the Government’s commitment to creating a ‘Northern Powerhouse’, represents an incredible opportunity for the property industry to play a central role in shaping the future of the UK.  This is the context for the inaugural Lambert Smith Hampton Enterprise Award, which launches today.

LSH auctions
LSH Auctions continues to outperform the market with an average sales rate of 92%

Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) held its third national auction of 2015 on Monday 13 July at the Millennium Hotel, Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London, W1K 2HP.

Housebuilding 'surge' will be controlled

Radical new planning measures announced by the Government may not lead to an immediate surge in house-building in Bristol and the South West, according to LSH.

Adam Mirley
Land commission could kick start development in the North West

The creation of a land commission in the Greater Manchester region (as announced in the Summer Budget, 8 July 2015) could help to kick-start the development of public sector land, according to Adam Mirley, Director in the Planning and Development Consultancy team at LSH's Manchester office.

An educated move into Axis Court Swansea

An education recruitment company has moved into Axis Court, Swansea, with LSH negotiating the terms of the deal on behalf of the landlord.

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Time for Chancellor to deliver on Northern Powerhouse promise

Senior figureheads at Lambert Smith Hampton have called on Chancellor George Osborne ahead of the Summer Budget to show business that the Northern Powerhouse initiative is more than just empty rhetoric.

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