LSH strengthens Newcastle office with several key appointments
Several key appointments strengthen the breadth and depth of our service offering across the North East.
Newcastle transactional team doubles amount of space transacted
During the last 12 months, LSH's transactional team in Newcastle has increased the amount of office space it has sold or let in the city centre by 98.7% a total of over 79,000 sq ft of space across 14 transactions.
Deadline looms for building work business rate refunds
The clock is ticking for companies seeking to reduce their business rates liabilities where they have undertaken refurbishment or building works that rendered the property incapable of occupation.
LSH strengthens links with Northern Powerhouse
Lambert Smith Hampton is the latest organisation to join the Government's Northern Powerhouse Partnership Programme.
Plans approved to transform Grade II listed former bank in Newcastle city centre
Newcastle-based property developer Union Properties – advised by Lambert Smith Hampton’s (LSH) Planning and Development Consultancy team – has been granted consent to redevelop the former Allied Irish Bank on Collingwood Street on the edge of Newcastle’s Grainger town.
LSH secures planning consent for Salford Quays’ latest resi scheme
Acting on behalf of Fortis Developments, Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has been instrumental in securing planning consent for a 715-bed, 27-storey luxury residential complex at Furness Quay in Salford Quays.
Green light for £60m student housing development in Newcastle
Yorkshire-based property developer Marrico Asset Management, advised by Lambert Smith Hampton as planning consultants, has been given the green light for a £60m student housing scheme opposite St James’ Park in Newcastle city centre.
LSH dominates NE commercial property investment market
EGi Deals Competition 2016 identifies LSH as the Most Active Investment Agent in the North East.
Meet LSH at the UK Northern Powerhouse International Conference & Exhibition 2017
Join over 2,000 delegates from across the public and private sector at the two day conference.
Consultation on statutory implementation of Check, Challenge, Appeal delivers yet another blow for ratepayers
The latest plans from the Government in respect of the ongoing reform of the business rates system could have significant financial consequences for those ratepayers with a valid appeal.