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.
LSH wins 'Property Deal of the Year' award for Waters HQ
Following an exciting night at the Insider North West Property Awards 2013, Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) was delighted to win the coveted Deal of the Year Award for its work with US-based scientific company Waters Corporation.
LSH expands its northern Planning and Development Team
We have strengthened our Planning and Development offering across the North of England, with the promotion of two senior staff members and an expansion of the team’s services.
Shortlist for prime Marylebone site announced: Moxon Street car park
Developers bidding for one of the most sought after development opportunities in central London have been whittled down to a list of five.
Speculative office development unveiled
We have been appointed to market Leicester’s first large out of town speculative office development for more than 10 years.
Birmingham Enterprise Zone plans unveiled
New city centre development plans for Birmingham have been announced, aimed at boosting the area's property market, attracting investment and creating more jobs.
Plan to boost office growth in city is launched
Leicester's City Mayor unveils action plan to increase grade A space...
North East town centres get a new lease of life
Darron Barker, Director and Head of LSH in Newcastle, examines the positive impact of the regeneration schemes underway in today’s North East marketplace...
Promise of planning action welcomed
The Prime Minister’s pledge to put reforms of the planning system at the heart of the drive for economic growth has to be greeted with cautious optimism.