Service Spotlight Commercial Ground Lease Advice
Will Hunt, LSH Wales Lease Advisory Director, gives his expert view on Commercial Ground Leases.
Northern Ireland's retail warehousing vacancy rate falls to record low
Retail warehousing vacancies in Northern Ireland have fallen sharply to the lowest level since detailed regional analysis began in 2006, according to research by Trevor Wood Associates.
Easing the burden of Rating Revaluation in Wales
Robert Harlow of Lambert Smith Hampton argues that more transitional relief is needed as Rating Revaluation 2017 comes into effect.
To deliver a brave new commercial future, think like a Victorian
Lee Mogridge gives his take on the recently signed £1.3 billion Swansea Bay City Deal, which could transform economic opportunity across the region.
Landmark office building in Harrogate sold for high profile development
Lambert Smith Hampton, acting on behalf of Harrogate Borough Council, has sold a 36,000 sq ft landmark office building in the heart of Harrogate.
Property investment in Ireland exceeds expectations with 2016 turnover reaching €4.5bn
Property investment activity remained strong in Ireland during 2016,
recording a total turnover of €4.5bn, according to the Ireland Investment
Market Bulletin published by Lambert Smith Hampton today. The figure marks a 21
per cent increase on 2015 and represents the second highest level of investment
in the last decade – just short of the €4.8bn high in 2014.
Looking ahead at logistics in Wales
Jason Thorne of LSH Wales’ Industrial Agency team assesses LSH’s Industrial & Logistics latest market data for 2016 and assesses the outlook for Wales.
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.
Chancery House sold following competitive bidding process
A prime property in Belfast city centre has been sold for a figure well in excess of its guide price of £1,450,000 following a competitive bidding process, indicating that demand for investment opportunities in Northern Ireland remains strong despite the ongoing uncertainty.
LSH Wales wins the top spot in EGi's deal volume rankings
Cardiff and Swansea offices maintain the crown for the ninth year in a row