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Lack of office development in Plymouth
17/10/2017

Availability of quality office space in Plymouth has hit a record low, according to new research published by Lambert Smith Hampton.

Bath responds to chronic lack of office space with new developments
10/10/2017

A severe shortage of office space in Bath has dampened market activity in 2017 but upcoming developments in the city will help retain growing businesses and stimulate investor interest in the city, new research from LSH has reported.

South West quality office supply at lowest level for a decade
03/10/2017

The supply of good quality office space across the South West and South Wales is at its lowest level for more than 10 years, according to new research published by LSH. 

LSH Bristol shortlisted for Industrial Agency of the Year award
31/08/2017

Lambert Smith Hampton’s Industrial team in Bristol has made the final shortlist in the category of Industrial Agency of the Year, at the Insider South West Property Awards 2017.

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LSH Bristol announces two senior promotions
08/06/2017

Two new directors for the Bristol office

Time for office developers to start building in the South West
15/12/2016

The development of new office buildings in key cities across the South West is urgently needed if the region is to continue to attract investment and jobs from major businesses, according to Lambert Smith Hampton.

LSH director wins Property Week award
31/10/2016

Bristol-based Danielle Kirk received the award for ‘rising star of the year (individual under the age of 40)’ in the 2016 Property Week Management All Star Awards.

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LSH appointed to manage Plymouth Civic Centre
12/07/2016

LSH appointed to manage Plymouth’s Civic Centre

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Will Brexit boost the South West hotel sector?
07/07/2016

A weaker pound resulting from Brexit may well benefit hotel owners in the south west region, says LSH Director of Hospitality and Leisure


Healthcare: an increasingly polarised market?
19/05/2016

The current care home market appears to be increasingly polarised between well performing homes that command premium private and top up fees, and those often older style converted buildings, reliant on social services that are facing increasingly difficult trading conditions. 

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