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Alex Carr, Matt Tilt, Adam Ramshaw
LSH industrial team welcomes Associate Director

New recruit, Matthew Tilt, joins Birmingham office.

Lorries Warehouse
Road upgrades will bolster logistics sector

The government’s proposed road improvement programme will benefit the logistics market in many parts of the UK by unlocking hundreds of hectares of development land and encouraging rental growth – according to new research by national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton.

New graduates, Birmingham
LSH welcomes four graduate surveyors

New recruits for Birmingham office as part of continued business growth plans.

LSH appointed Wulfrun Shopping Centre agents

LSH will be working on behalf of centre owners and managers London and Cambridge Properties to attract new retailers, as well as food and beverage outlets.

City on track for HS2 boost

Birmingham’s office market is on track for a major boost with the expected arrival of the HS2 project acting as a catalyst for businesses and investors to explore opportunities in the city.

LSH crowned Queens Square agents

LSH has been appointed retail agent for the newly refurbished Queen’s Square Shopping Centre in West Bromwich.

Seonaid Brown and Alexa Cotterell, Lambert Smith Hampton Building Consultancy
LSH strengthens Birmingham office

Associate Director, Seonaid Brown, appointed to Building Consultancy team.

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.

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.

Could Scotland’s loss be Birmingham’s gain?

A predicted exodus of major companies if Scotland votes for independence could create opportunities to boost business in cities south of the border.

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