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Bullish businesses move to revamped historic offices
An historic building in Birmingham’s key business district is fast approaching full occupancy as occupiers seek high quality office accommodation in the city, says Lambert Smith Hampton.
East Midlands records positive Q1 office take up
Take up of office stock in the East Midlands was looking positive in the first quarter of 2018 compared with the same period last year, according to new data analysis by national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).
LSH embraces agile working with office move
Commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) is entering a new chapter in its Midlands operations after moving offices
Hat-trick as LSH agent crowned top dealmaker again
An associate director at the Lincoln office of national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) is celebrating after being crowned the most active dealmaker for the third consecutive year in a leading industry award.
Milton Keynes reports buoyant logistics deals for 2017
Milton Keynes enjoyed the largest annual volume of industrial and logistics take up in 2017 for three years.
Nottingham office take-up nearly doubles in Q4 2017
report shows that there is still less than 13% Grade A space and 30% of stock
is Grade C with a need for refurbishment.
LSH appoints rising talent to strengthen its Lincoln team
Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has bolstered its Lincolnshire offering with the appointment of Harry Collins to continue the growth of its Professional Services team.
LSH team in the saddle after completing debut Velo Birmingham bicycle ride
The 100-mile cycle event, which took place on Sunday (September 24), started and ended in Birmingham and took 15,000 riders through towns and villages in Worcestershire and Staffordshire.