RBWN appoints LSH to Development Manager Panel
LSH has successfully been appointed to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead’s Property Development Manager Panel.
New town hall for Lambeth
Lambert Smith Hampton has advised London Borough of Lambeth on its £50m new town hall complex in Brixton.
Office market activity to hit 14 year high
Demand for office space in 2014 will return to its highest level since 2000, according to new research published today by national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton.
Groundbreaking housing and regeneration venture for Hammersmith & Fulham
LSH has acted as sole strategic property advisor for London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham in its joint venture agreement with Stanhope plc.
Nuclear boost for south west offices market
This year could herald a renaissance of the South West offices sector thanks to major developments such as Hinkley Point and Exeter Science Park.
Peter Musgrove, director of offices at LSH in Bristol, said the £16 billion Hinkley Point nuclear plant project could act as a major catalyst for investment in the region if it goes ahead.
LSH logistics team set for growth
James Polson and Paul Fitch have become the latest senior hires at national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) after joining its Industrial & Logistics team.
LSH appointed by Wirral Borough Council
The northern public sector team at LSH has been chosen to act as property advisor to Wirral Borough Council. The appointment sees LSH reviewing the council’s surplus assets and identifying options for their future use. The appointment is for a 3-year period.
LSH appointed on £284m Local Infrastructure Fund
LSH's Planning and Development Consultancy division has been appointed by the Homes and Communities Agency to advise on bids received for the £284m Local Infrastructure Fund.
Northumbrian Water awards LSH three year commercial property consultancy contract
LSH has been awarded a three-year framework contract to deliver a range of commercial property services to Northumbrian Water’s (NWL) urban and rural estate across the north east of England.
Planning changes to allow 'pop-up' shops and restaurants
In a bid to revive the British high street, the Government has announced a relaxation in 'change of use class' planning law that will allow shops and restaurants under 150 sq m to ‘pop up’ in existing commercial space without planning permission.