Warning to UK landlords as energy efficiency deadline looms
Private landlords in the UK are being warned they risk facing heavy fines if properties in their commercial portfolios fail to meet new energy efficiency legislation by April 1st.
Nottingham office take-up nearly doubles in Q4 2017
report shows that there is still less than 13% Grade A space and 30% of stock
is Grade C with a need for refurbishment.
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Continued letting success at Onslow House Guildford
Aberdeen Standard Investments has completed the letting of 12,079 sq ft of offices in Onslow House, Guildford to Smith & Williamson.
A record year for Thames Valley Building Consultancy Team
Thames Valley Building Consultancy team breaks records after overseeing an impressive 340,000 sq ft of office fitouts in 2017
Reading’s opportunities and challenges ahead was the hot topic at the latest Reading Real Estate Network event
An impressive 120 professionals attended the sold-out RREN event at the newly opened Thames Lido on Friday 9th February.
LSH advises on £20m acquisition of Fareham Trade and Business Park by Standard Life Investments on behalf of a segregated client
Agents at the south coast offices acted for the global asset manager in its acquisition of the park for £20,200,000 – the purchase price reflecting a net initial rental yield of under 5%.
Demand drives up industrial and office rents ahead of completed developments releasing new stock into the South
Strong demand for prime industrial and office space continued to drive up rents in the Solent region in the last quarter of 2017.
LSH wins top spot in EGi industrial deal rankings for H2
LSH’s national industrial team has scooped first place in EGi’s deal volume rankings, following a bumper performance in H2.
North East investment volumes slump but alternatives sector witnesses record breaking year
Commercial property investment activity across the North East reached its lowest level in five years during 2017, according to our latest UK Investment Transactions (UKIT) report.