New shops available as Biggleswade transformation gathers pace
Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has been appointed to market a new shopping parade in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, as the multi-million-pound transformation of the town continues.
Firm engineers expansion at enterprise park
Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has secured the sale of a bespoke commercial business premises, on Riverside Enterprise Park, Lincoln, to O’Boyle Civil Engineering.
Bedfordshire sees demand for mid box warehousing increase
The market for medium-sized warehouses is particularly active in Bedfordshire, which has completed its fourth deal in as many months.
Müller take a 'Corner' of Colchester
Müller UK & Ireland have taken a unit at Easter Park.
Luton and Dunstable attracting inward investment
More than half of the industrial space taken up in Luton and Dunstable during the first half of 2017 was by businesses that are new to the area.
Energy supplier invests in new HQ
Opus Energy the leading business energy supplier is creating a new headquarters in Northamptonshire.
Lambert Smith Hampton welcomes Lower Thames Crossing
The Lower Thames Crossing is a proposed new road connecting Essex and Kent.
Lambert Smith Hampton strengthens compulsory purchase offer
Roger Moore has been appointed to help lead Lambert Smith Hampton’s compulsory purchase offer.
Cambridge tops league for UK economic growth prospects
Cambridge is harnessing its global reputation as a hub of scientific excellence and continues to attract significant inward investment – giving it the best prospects for economic growth of any UK city outside London - according to Lambert Smith Hampton's (LSH) UK Vitality Index 2017.
Speculative development vital to the success of the Midlands Engine office market
An acute shortage of quality supply is the main challenge to the long-term vitality of the Midlands Engine’s office centres, according to Lambert Smith Hampton. The national property consultancy’s MIDLANDS ENGINE OFFICE MARKET REPORT states that it is up to the property industry, stakeholders and occupiers to take advantage of this lack of quality office space.