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.
Rapid response secures Aldi distribution hub
Discount supermarket chain Aldi is to open a second distribution hub in Tamworth, after Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) completed the deal for a 120,000 sq ft unit in just six weeks.
'No vacancies' signs at Lakeside Industrial Estate
On behalf of Centurion Properties and the Scottish Widows Investment Partnership Property Trust (SWIPPT), Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has secured four new leases with two tenants.
LSH welcomes new marketing rules for surveyors
Lambert Smith Hampton has welcomed moves by the Rating Surveyors Association (RSA) that will more closely govern the marketing activities of its members, especially in relation to the way they win business.
Two graduate surveyors join LSH in Birmingham
Birmingham office continues recruitment drive with the appointment of Sam Dowson and Bhav Purewal.
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.
Graduate surveyors’ success for Birmingham office
Tom Parsonage and Luke Sutton are looking forward to successful careers in commercial property after becoming members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Construction project for Webasto underway in Birmingham
A £1.2m industrial unit extension for one of the world’s leading automotive suppliers, Webasto, is underway at Kingsbury Business Park, Minworth.
Coventry business park fully let
Major cheese producer, Aegean Heritage, has signed a 10-year lease on unit four at Cross Point Business Park.
LSH appointed on landmark industrial site
22.5-acre Sandvik manufacturing facility at Swadlincote, Derbyshire goes on the market.