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Lambert Smith Hampton acquires Douglas Newman Good Commercial

Founded by Edmund Douglas in 1993, Douglas Newman Good Commercial is one of the most respected commercial property advisers in Ireland.

The regions overtake London

Investment in the UK commercial property sector during the third quarter of 2014 reached £16.3bn - a 37% increase on the previous quarter and 41% higher than in the corresponding period last year.

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HCA reappoints LSH to National Property Framework

Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has been appointed on the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) national property framework.

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LSH acquires BTWShiells

Commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton has today announced the acquisition of BTWShiells’s commercial division.

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Property investors turn to the regions

Investment in the UK commercial property sector during the first quarter of 2014 totalled £10.9bn - a 35% increase on the corresponding period last year and the third highest quarterly level since the start of 2007 – according to our latest analysis.

LSH advises Cerberus on £4.5bn debt portfolio acquisition

Lambert Smith Hampton has successfully advised Cerberus Capital Management on its £4.5bn acquisition of Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency’s Project Eagle portfolio of loans.

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.

Residential Property Tax payable on Market Value announced

It has been announced that a Residential Property Tax payable on the Market Value of a property is to come into force from July 2013 in Ireland and will be administered by the Revenue Commissioners.

Dublin City Council rating revalution announced

LSH today announced that all commercial properties within the jurisdiction of Dublin City Council (DCC) are to be re-valued for rating purposes as prescribed under the Valuation Act 2001.  The relevant date for valuation purposes has been set as the 7th April 2011.

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