Office market activity to hit 14 year high
Demand for office space in 2014 will return to its highest level since 2000, according to new research published today by national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton.
Luxury interiors group has designs on growth
Walker Greenbank has opened a second industrial unit in Milton Keynes following a sustained period of growth.
Logistics market set for record recovery
The UK industrial and logistics sector is set to see record demand and the return of meaningful speculative development for the first time since 2008, according to new research from national property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton.
Ezra Nahome in Britain’s Best Investment Agent win
Ezra Nahome, CEO of Lambert Smith Hampton, has been recognised as one of Britain’s best agents by Property Week.
Commercial property investment jumps 50% in 2013
Investment in the UK commercial property sector increased to £44.9bn in 2013 – a 50% rise on the previous year and the highest volume achieved since 2007.
LSH lease surrender allows car dealer to expand
Motor retailing group Parkway Volkswagen is broadening its operation at Northampton’s prestigious Riverside Business Park.
LSH logistics team set for growth
James Polson and Paul Fitch have become the latest senior hires at national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) after joining its Industrial & Logistics team.
UK property investment market set for bumper 2014
Lambert Smith Hampton is predicting a bumper year for the market in 2014. Investment volumes will hit £40bn for the first time since 2007 and the market will see total returns of 12-14%, after a very strong finish to 2013 for the UK commercial property investment market.
Global aerospace firm lands in Milton Keynes
Future Metals – a premier distributor of aerospace metals worldwide - has agreed a 10-year lease on a grade A warehouse at Unit C Libra Industrial Estate in Kingston.
Autumn Statement 2013: Chancellor's business rates cap too little too late
As predicted, Chancellor George Osborne has announced that the rise in business rates bills from 01 April next year will be capped at 2% instead of being linked to RPI inflation at 3.2%.