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Commercial property builds momentum
Investment in the UK commercial property sector during the second quarter of 2014 totalled £11.9bn - a 10% increase on the first quarter of the year and 45% higher than in the corresponding period last year - according to new research by Lambert Smith Hampton.
LSH appoints new head of office in Milton Keynes
Lambert Smith Hampton has appointed Lloyd Spencer as the new head of office in Milton Keynes.
HCA reappoints LSH to National Property Framework
Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has been appointed on the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) national property framework.
LSH announces 28 senior promotions
Lambert Smith Hampton has announced 28 senior promotions across its national network of offices.
LSH wins Commercial Consultancy of the Year
Lambert Smith Hampton's Thames Valley team has won Commercial Consultancy of the year at the Thames Valley Property Awards.
Guildford Cathedral developer chosen
Represented by Lambert Smith Hampton, Guildford Cathedral has exchanged contracts with Linden Homes Guildford to buy and develop a portion of the Cathedral’s Stag Hill site.
RBWN appoints LSH to Development Manager Panel
LSH has successfully been appointed to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead’s Property Development Manager Panel.
Property investors turn to the regions
Investment in the UK commercial property sector during the first quarter of 2014 totalled £10.9bn - a 35% increase on the corresponding period last year and the third highest quarterly level since the start of 2007 – according to our latest analysis.
LSH advises Cerberus on £4.5bn debt portfolio acquisition
Lambert Smith Hampton has successfully advised Cerberus Capital Management on its £4.5bn acquisition of Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency’s Project Eagle portfolio of loans.
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Office market activity to hit 14 year high
Demand for office space in 2014 will return to its highest level since 2000, according to new research published today by national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton.