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LSH welcomes landmark JCB shed deal

Global developer Gazeley has announced the biggest distribution warehouse deal of the year in the West Midlands.

Yorks Park fully let as Exova moves in

West Midlands industrial park is fully let after global testings experts Exova (UK) Ltd sign 10 year lease.

Ian Kibble, Ben Steer, Adam Ramshaw, Sarah Williams, Alex Carr, Sarah Everall, John Bird, Manveer Dosanjh, Dan Taylor
Exceptional results reap rewards for LSH eight

Lambert Smith Hampton's Birmingham office promotes eight surveyors.

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New-build empty property rate consultation launches

The government has launched its six-week consultation on the exemption of empty property rates for new-build developments, completed between 01 October 2013 and 30 September 2016.

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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.

Birmingham office market 'on brink of resurgence'

Will 2013 be a resurgent year for the Birmingham office market? Ian Leather, Regional Director of Office Agency at Lambert Smith Hampton, reviews the truth behind the Q1 stats.

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.

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Marie Curie hospice dream becomes a reality

Marie Curie Big Build appeal reaches £7m target for new Solihull hospice.

Jon Hinton, Ankur Chadha, Sam Mountford, Adam Ramshaw
Two new appointments strengthen Birmingham Agency team

Ankur Chadha and Sam Mounford to bolster Office Agency and Capital Markets.

Birmingham bucks trend with £107 million office deals

City accounts for more than 10% of total regional office transactions.

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