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Buyers flushed with success after sale of former municipal toilets in Bath

Two blocks of municipal toilets in Bath have sold for almost three and five times the reserve price, national property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has revealed today.

Firms warned over 'rushed decisions on business rates'

Announcements by George Osborne in the Autumn Statement could have far-reaching implications for thousands of businesses in the South West who have been urged to take urgent action to keep their business rates bills to a minimum.

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Property experts welcome South West roads investment

Government plans to invest heavily in improving England’s roads could see the South West benefit from seven new schemes worth £2 billion, creating around 1,300 construction jobs.

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LSH Bristol unveils its Autumn Statement wish list

As George Osborne adds the final touches to this week’s Autumn Statement, the South West office of national property consultants Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has presented its wish list of early Christmas presents for the property sector.
The commercial property experts are hoping that the Chancellor will announce new measures that will drive growth in the property and development sectors.

New offices at Junction 21 granted planning permission

The development plans for Enterprise House, a new headquarters building, have taken a major step forward this week with the granting of planning permission by North Somerset District Council.

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Are you prepared to spend more than a penny to buy public toilets?

Investors could be flushed with success if they make a successful bid for two blocks of bog standard municipal toilets in Bath, which are going to auction next month (December 2014).

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Met Office supercomputer to open up weather and climate opportunities for Exeter Science Park

Exeter Science Park has announced the launch of a new cluster focused around climate change and sustainable futures - which will be known as the Global Environmental Futures (GEF) campus - following the exciting news that the Met Office will be housing part of its next generation supercomputer at the park.

Confidence returns to Bristol office sector

Market confidence has made a dramatic return to the Bristol office sector with the city centre on course for the highest annual take-up of office space since 2008.

The regions overtake London

Investment in the UK commercial property sector during the third quarter of 2014 reached £16.3bn - a 37% increase on the previous quarter and 41% higher than in the corresponding period last year.

New offices at Junction 21 on the M5 to be completed in 2015

Following the announcement of the go-ahead for the new £24.5bn nuclear power station at Hinkley Point, a new landmark office building is planned at Weston Gateway Business Park to be ready for investment from the nuclear industry, it was announced today.

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