Joined up thinking by LSH secures the best outcome for landlord and tenants
LSH understands that business needs can change rapidly and that having the flexibility to adapt to deliver a solution for all parties is what matters.
The story of Carlyle House at 5-7 Cathedral Road and neighboring 9 Cathedral Road shows how quick thinking coupled with a multi disciplined approach brought the right results for one landlord and three companies.
Meet Jason Thorne LSH Director Wales Agency
Director Jason Thorne is a key and long-standing member of LSH's Agency team in Swansea. Here, we find out a little bit about him and his role.
What can cities do to protect their high streets?
It's emerged that the UK is showing the slowest rate of growth among the G7 economies. So, what can cities do to protect local high street economies?
Swansea student accommodation grows but office stock needed
LSH's second annual South West and South Wales Office Market Report highlights some significant trends and opportunities for Swansea.
The way ahead for Newport and Swansea
Cardiff has proved to be the stellar performer in the last 12 months so what can Newport and Swansea learn from the capital?
Lack of office development in Plymouth
Availability of quality office space in Plymouth has hit a record low, according to new research published by Lambert Smith Hampton.
What can landlords do to prepare for the new MEES Regulations
What can landlords do to prepare for the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) and what are the key points surrounding the new regulations?
Not alive after five in Swansea
If Swansea is to enjoy the benefits that the ‘alive after five’ economy brings, we need to learn from the approaches that other cities take, says LSH Head of Wales Lee Mogridge
A snapshot of Swansea's industrial market
Jason Thorne, Director Industrial Agency, looks at what the past six months have revealed in Swansea's industrial property market.
Building on ambition
The latest ICAEW UK Confidence Monitor (Institute of Chartered Accountants) has revealed that business confidence in Wales has moved into positive territory for the first time in more than a year.