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LSH welcomes Derby City Council’s commitment to office development

Nottingham office take-up nearly doubles in Q4 2017

The report shows that there is still less than 13% Grade A space and 30% of stock is Grade C with a need for refurbishment.

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LSH appoints rising talent to strengthen its Lincoln team

Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has bolstered its Lincolnshire offering with the appointment of Harry Collins to continue the growth of its Professional Services team.

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LSH team in the saddle after completing debut Velo Birmingham bicycle ride

The 100-mile cycle event, which took place on Sunday (September 24), started and ended in Birmingham and took 15,000 riders through towns and villages in Worcestershire and Staffordshire.

Northampton office market to benefit from ambitious investment in the town

Ambitious plans for town centre regeneration will continue to boost fortunes and attract inward investment to Northampton, according to a new report from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).

Milton Keynes set for office take-up boost

Despite a slow level of office take-up in Milton Keynes in H1 2017, the market is set to be boosted in the second half of 2017, thanks to a number of deals in the pipeline, a new report from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has revealed.

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East Midlands responding to the changing face of the region's office market

The East Midlands office market is responding well to a marked shift away from one led by professional services in favour of the technology sectors, a new report from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has revealed.

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Opportunities in Midlands Engine office market are abundant

The opportunities for growth and return on investment in the office market in the Midlands Engine region are abundant, according to national property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH). The Midlands Engine Office Market Report 2017 focuses on eight key regions in the Midlands Engine area: Birmingham city centre, Birmingham out of town, Coventry, Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Milton Keynes and Northampton.

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Speculative development vital to the success of the Midlands Engine office market

An acute shortage of quality supply is the main challenge to the long-term vitality of the Midlands Engine’s office centres, according to Lambert Smith Hampton. The national property consultancy’s MIDLANDS ENGINE OFFICE MARKET REPORT states that it is up to the property industry, stakeholders and occupiers to take advantage of this lack of quality office space.

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Young LSH Surveyor appointed RICS Chair in Lincoln

Lincoln-based Property Management Surveyor Charlotte Elkington has been appointed Chair for RICS Matrics Lincolnshire.

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