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Landowners have chance to influence development in Exeter
Landowners and developers have the chance to guide the development process in Exeter before formal consultations are launched.
Landowners urged to act now on Hart housing development
Landowners and developers are being urged to have their say about residential development in Hart after the council launched a consultation process for its new local plan.
Act now to register land for Wyre Forest local plan
Landowners and developers in the Wyre Forest area are being urged to act now and respond to a ‘call for sites’ initiative by the local authority.
HCA appoints LSH as Property Advisors for National Programmes
LSH has been appointed by The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) to provide property due diligence support on applicants bidding for a share of £1.7bn government funding to accelerate the delivery of new housing in England.
Clock ticking for comments on planning regime changes
Landowners and developers that could be affected by the proposed changes to the planning system are being urged by Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) to have their say as a Government consultation draws to a close.
LSH appoints director of planning
Marcus Plaw has been appointed as new director of planning at our Bristol office where he joins us from Colliers International where he was associate director.
Science park offers space to grow
New buildings are planned at Exeter Science Park to accommodate high growth and technology and research intensive companies looking to expand their operations.
HCA reappoints LSH to National Property Framework
Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has been appointed on the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) national property framework.
LSH announces 28 senior promotions
Lambert Smith Hampton has announced 28 senior promotions across its national network of offices.
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Guildford Cathedral developer chosen
Represented by Lambert Smith Hampton, Guildford Cathedral has exchanged contracts with Linden Homes Guildford to buy and develop a portion of the Cathedral’s Stag Hill site.