Plans approved to transform Grade II listed former bank in Newcastle city centre
Newcastle-based property developer Union Properties – advised by Lambert Smith Hampton’s (LSH) Planning and Development Consultancy team – has been granted consent to redevelop the former Allied Irish Bank on Collingwood Street on the edge of Newcastle’s Grainger town.
Exposed services office: a first for Oxford
On behalf of PRIME Research UK, Lambert Smith Hampton has acquired expansion space which will have a progressive exposed services design in the heart of Oxford city centre.
High profile country house goes on sale
Renowned restaurant and hotel, The Yorke Arms, goes on the market
Leading manufacturer picks Oxfordshire for move out of London
Lambert Smith Hampton has secured Deco Glaze as an occupier at 6 Dormer Road, Thame. The company, which is Britain's largest manufacturer of bespoke colour glazing, chose to move from London in order to expand operations whilst reducing overheads.
Rio and Brazil set to open new store in Victoria Square
One of Belfast's longest running independent fashion boutiques, is celebrating 40 years in business, by investing over £200,000 to relocate to a new store in Victoria Square.
LSH Bristol announces two senior promotions
Two new directors for the Bristol office
LSH brings former religious retreat to market
A former religious retreat situated in almost four acres of picturesque grounds and overlooking the dramatic expanse of Ilkley Moor is being sold for redevelopment.
Energy supplier invests in new HQ
Opus Energy the leading business energy supplier is creating a new headquarters in Northamptonshire.
TMT and SME growth driving step-change in office market
The ‘extraordinary’ growth in the telecommunications, media and technology (TMT) sector is a key driver in changes in the office sector, according to national property consultancy, Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).