LSH brings landmark city centre development opportunity to the market
Acting on behalf of Sheffield Hallam University, we have been instructed to find partners for a 0.645 acre mixed-use development opportunity on the site of the former Nelson Mandela Building in Sheffield city centre.
Government urged to change planning policy in order to stimulate Build to Rent development
Following the release of our latest report, ‘Build to Rent: Reaching out to the Regions’, we are calling for the Government to support changes to planning policy for this emerging property asset class, so as to meet growing demand in the UK regions.
Multi million South Central industrial development on track to open May 2018
The first phase of development has completed at South
Central, a £30m industrial and warehouse scheme set to bring hundreds of jobs
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.
Green light for 160 homes in Bargeddie
North Lanarkshire Council grants full planning permission for housing development in Bargeddie
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.
LSH secures planning consent for Salford Quays’ latest resi scheme
Acting on behalf of Fortis Developments, Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has been instrumental in securing planning consent for a 715-bed, 27-storey luxury residential complex at Furness Quay in Salford Quays.
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.
Sense restored as Supreme Court rules in favour of developers
Judgement potentially relieves properties undergoing redevelopment or major refurbishment from business rates payments while works are carried out.
Hertfordshire professionals get up to speed on the latest planning regulation
Town planning regulation was discussed at the latest Real Estate Around London (REAL) event.