Nottingham office take-up increases by two thirds in Q2
Office take-up in and around Nottingham was up 66% in Q2 compared with the previous quarter, according to research from national property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).
Addington Capital secures exciting new tenant in Bierkeller deal in Birmingham
A prime leisure venue in Birmingham is set to open as a giant bierkeller and sports bar in a major boost for a key leisure and entertainment area of the city.
LSH to market strategic sites near Doncaster Sheffield Airport
Sheffield office appointed to market two strategic brownfield development sites near Doncaster Airport following the opening of the first phase of the Finningley And Rossington Regeneration Route Scheme (FARRRS) .
Brexit fears fail to undermine Birmingham office market success story
New figures show that Birmingham’s booming office market continued its strong performance despite fears of a slowdown caused by the EU Referendum.
LSH unveils radical office agency changes
Leading national property consultancy, Lambert Smith Hampton, reveals an ambitious plan for the future of its office agency team.
Thames Valley office market resilient to face turbulent times ahead
The Thames Valley office market is well-placed to withstand the considerable challenges of the year ahead, according to the 2016 edition of Lambert Smith Hampton's annual Thames Valley Office Market Report.
Leicester offices have premier league appeal
The gap between office costs in London and the East Midlands has reached a new high, new research by national property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has revealed.
Industrial team smashes one million sq ft milestone
The Birmingham industrial and logistics team are celebrating having smashed through a major milestone of completing deals totaling more than one million sq ft in the first five months of the year.
LSH Shedlines June 2016
The June 2016 edition of our regular round-up of recent news in the UK Industrial and Logistics sector...
Young surveyors attend networking event at Birmingham office
Representatives from 17 different companies, including property consultancies and developers, attended the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Matrics meeting, which is aimed at those at the beginning of their commercial property careers and helps individuals’ achieve their annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD).