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Scrap metal prices have implications for property owners
16/04/2012

Soaring scrap metal prices are making empty commercial buildings prime targets for thieves, and many property owners are facing big bills because they have failed to read the small print...

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LSH supports air ambulance relocation plans
10/04/2012

We have been appointed by The Air Ambulance Service to advise on the acquisition of a new operational base...

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LSH awarded Environment Agency national contract
04/04/2012

We have been appointed to manage the acquisition and disposal of property assets in The Environment Agency portfolio, and also to provide rating support and other services as the Agency looks to...

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New National Planning Policy Framework could kick-start development
27/03/2012

The Government’s new National Planning Policy Framework could kick-start development and act as a catalyst for stalled developments to restart. The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) comes...

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New residential service charge guidelines need legislation
31/01/2012

Stephen Richards, Director in our Property Management team has welcomed new guidelines on residential service charges. However he warns that without Government legislation, rogue landlords could...

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Residential landlords must respond to energy legislation
04/01/2012

New Government legislation on the energy efficiency of buildings will have a major effect on the private rented sector and has the potential to bring down residential property values. In the worst...

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Headlam takes big Birmingham industrial unit
20/12/2011

We have let a major Birmingham industrial unit to international floor coverings group Headlam. The letting, jointly transacted with CBRE, means that the Kingsbury Business Park at Minworth is now...

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Investors must act on Energy Legislation
16/12/2011

Property investors should act now to ensure that new Government legislation on the energy efficiency of buildings does not leave them with unlettable premises. The Energy Act 2011, which has...

Energy legislation will affect property values
18/11/2011

New Government legislation on the energy efficiency of buildings will have a significant effect on property values and could leave landlords with unlettable premises. The Energy Act 2011, which has...

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Warwickshire Police Authority to sell five police stations and former HQ
08/11/2011

Five Warwickshire police stations and the former police headquarters at Leek Wootton are to be sold as part of the force’s plan to reduce spending by £22.9 million by March 2015. We have been...

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