Newcastle transactional team doubles amount of space transacted in the last year
During the last 12 months, LSH's transactional team in Newcastle has increased the amount of office space it has sold or let in the city centre by 98.7% a total of over 79,000 sq ft of space across 14 transactions.
LSH secures off market Whitechapel pre-let for Fotografiska
Lambert Smith Hampton's reputation for securing off market opportunities in London continues to grow, its latest project has been to secure space for renowned global, cultural and photographic exhibition specialist, Fotografiska.
UK office take-up rallies in Q2
Welcome to the Q2 2017 edition of the Lambert Smith Hampton national office market pulse, giving insight into each of the UK's 52 main office centres.
The White Building ahead of the game in Reading town centre
Lambert Smith Hampton has secured two new tenants for Reading’s The White Building, taking the building to 70% occupied. The Boultbee Brooks Real Estate/CBRE Global Investors owned building is now ahead of its competition, with 40% of town centre Q2 deals achieved at The White Building.
What can landlords do to prepare for the new MEES Regulations
What can landlords do to prepare for the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) and what are the key points surrounding the new regulations?
Northampton office market to benefit from ambitious investment in the town
Ambitious plans for town centre regeneration will continue to boost fortunes and attract inward investment to Northampton, according to a new report from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).
Milton Keynes set for office take-up boost
Despite a slow level of office take-up in Milton Keynes in H1 2017, the market is set to be boosted in the second half of 2017, thanks to a number of deals in the pipeline, a new report from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has revealed.
Fundamentals right for office development in Newbury
The lowest availability rate in the Thames Valley, a rental increase of 31%, solid latent demand and improved transport links are rapidly making the case for office development in Newbury, according to Lambert Smith Hampton's Thames Valley Office Market Report 2017.
Reading provides a quarter of all office market activity in the Thames Valley
A solid year of take-up that saw it out-perform the 10-year average in 2016 meant that Reading provided 25% of the region’s total take-up, according to Lambert Smith Hampton’s 2017 Thames Valley Office Market Report.
Science and technology sector drives Oxford office market success
Oxford and South Oxfordshire was the only office market within the Thames Valley to out-perform its long-term average in both 2016 and H1 2017, according to Lambert Smith Hampton’s 2017 Thames Valley Office Market Report.