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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.

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Clock ticking for comments on planning regime changes

Landowners and developers that could be affected by the proposed changes to the planning system are being urged by Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) to have their say as a Government consultation draws to a close.

LSH appoints director of planning

Marcus Plaw has been appointed as new director of planning at our Bristol office where he joins us from Colliers International where he was associate director.

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Lambert Smith Hampton wins major Hornbuckle mandate

LSH appointed appointed as property partner and retained to provide administration services for all the properties in Hornbuckle’s self-invested personal pensions (SIPP) and small self-administered schemes (SSAS).

LSH nominated for two prestigious awards

Lambert Smith Hampton, has been shortlisted in two categories at the 2014 Estates Gazette Awards.

LSH strengthens its corporate recovery position in Manchester

Lambert Smith Hampton is growing its specialist national corporate recovery hub in Manchester to service a wave of loan sales with regional significance.

Ian Leather
Lambert Smith Hampton appointed on exciting new scheme in Northampton

FOUR Waterside is a high quality office development in Northampton's Enterprise Zone.

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Lambert Smith Hampton expands Northern Ireland management team

National commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton has welcomed four new faces on to its Belfast management team.

LSH strengthens Agency team in Wales

Kate will head up the Office Agency department, supporting Regional Head of Agency Steve Matheson in servicing LSH’s new and existing landlord and occupier clients across the South Wales Region.

Alex Tross
Could Scotland’s loss be Birmingham’s gain?

A predicted exodus of major companies if Scotland votes for independence could create opportunities to boost business in cities south of the border.

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