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Matthew Jenns and Adam Ramshaw
LSH invests in new man for Capital Markets team

The Birmingham office of Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has boosted its capital markets team with the appointment of new Senior Surveyor, Matthew Jenns.

Regeneration opportunity attracted city estate owners

Birmingham's 330,000 sq ft Great Charles Street Estate has been acquired by Dunedin Property and their joint venture partner Angelo Gordon LLP.

James Dair, Adam Ramshaw LSH
Coup for LSH as it appoints public sector expert

James Dair joins Lambert Smith Hampton's Birmingham office from Birmingham City Council, where he took a leading role on some of the city's biggest development schemes.

Alex Carr, David Bailey, Richard Halstead
Reshoring firms face fight for industrial space

A recent Birmingham Real Estate Network event put the spotlight on the UK manufacturing sector’s renaissance and the shift in businesses reshoring, bringing an increased demand for skills and suitable industrial, warehouse and distribution space.

LSH strengthens dedicated Industrial and Capital Markets team

Industrial Agency Director, Alex Carr, to drive sector specialist service.

Alex Carr, Matt Tilt, Adam Ramshaw
LSH industrial team welcomes Associate Director

New recruit, Matthew Tilt, joins Birmingham office.

Lorries Warehouse
Road upgrades will bolster logistics sector

The government’s proposed road improvement programme will benefit the logistics market in many parts of the UK by unlocking hundreds of hectares of development land and encouraging rental growth – according to new research by national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton.

New graduates, Birmingham
LSH welcomes four graduate surveyors

New recruits for Birmingham office as part of continued business growth plans.

LSH appointed Wulfrun Shopping Centre agents

LSH will be working on behalf of centre owners and managers London and Cambridge Properties to attract new retailers, as well as food and beverage outlets.

City on track for HS2 boost

Birmingham’s office market is on track for a major boost with the expected arrival of the HS2 project acting as a catalyst for businesses and investors to explore opportunities in the city.

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