Bringing blockbuster film production to Dagenham
We are excited to be advising Be First, the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham’s new regeneration company as they seek to create a new, bespoke facility at Dagenham East.
LSH sells hotel with Michelin starred restaurant
Serial entrepreneur Jonathan Turner has acquired The Yorke Arms - one of Yorkshire’s six Michelin starred restaurants run by highly acclaimed chef, Frances Atkins - for an undisclosed sum. Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH), took the hotel to market and identified The Bayford Group as a potential buyer due to its portfolio of high-end restaurant, wedding and licensed businesses.
LSH works wonders for growing discount retailer
Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has helped national retailer The Works move to the next stage of its major expansion plans.
What can cities do to protect their high streets?
It's emerged that the UK is showing the slowest rate of growth among the G7 economies. So, what can cities do to protect local high street economies?
LSH advises on largest deal in Scotland in recent years
LSH has advised on one of the largest investment transactions in Scotland in recent years. A vehicle associated with Starwood Capital Group, a private investment firm, has acquired the entire share capital of Abstract (Glasgow) Limited, the company which developed and owns the St Vincent Plaza office development in Glasgow. Lambert Smith Hampton and CMS acted as financial advisors to Starwood Capital Group. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Yorkshire Capital Markets presence relaunched
Luke Symonds joins Leeds office to head up recently re-launched Capital Markets team.
LSH Shedlines October 2017
The October 2017 edition of our regular round-up of recent Industrial and Logistics sector news ...
LSH strengthens Newcastle office with several key appointments
Several key appointments strengthen the breadth and depth of our service offering across the North East.
Swansea student accommodation grows but office stock needed
LSH's second annual South West and South Wales Office Market Report highlights some significant trends and opportunities for Swansea.
Protecting office development will boost Exeter employment
Preventing the further conversion of office buildings to residential use will energise Exeter’s city centre and promote job growth, according to LSH.