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St Thomas More Church Chickenley
Chickenley Church for sale

A much-loved Catholic church in Chickenley near Dewsbury which closed its doors in January is now on the market.  

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Double success for LSH as Yorkshire surveyors shortlisted for prestigious RICS awards

Two talented young professionals from our Leeds and Sheffield offices have been shortlisted for the 2018 RICS Matrics Young Surveyor of the Year Awards.

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Leeds office appoints two apprentices

Sam Pickles and Luke Seaton are the latest recruits to join our growing number of apprentices working towards an RICS accredited qualification.

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LSH part of consortium appointed to lead development of Sheffield Station masterplan

A consortium of world-class architects, engineers and surveyors will develop a new masterplan for Sheffield Midland Railway Station, transforming it in preparation for the arrival of HS2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail (NPR) services.

Industrial deals to the fore as North east Investment market flourishes

The North East commercial property investment market recorded its second-highest volume in five years in the second quarter of 2018, thanks to a buoyant industrial market.

Yorkshire's commercial property investment market outpaces Northern Powerhouse

More than £500m of commercial property assets changed hands across Yorkshire and the Humber in the second quarter of 2018, as the regional investment market grew at a faster rate than the wider Northern Powerhouse.

Leeds Office Market Pulse Q2
Leeds out-of-town market sees highest take-up in five years

The Leeds office market continued its strong performance on the back of a record-breaking 2017, with 313,291 sq ft of office space let or sold during the second quarter of 2018; up 13% on Q1 and 38% year-on-year.

Northern Powerhouse office costs rising faster than Central London

The cost of occupying offices in the core Northern Powerhouse cities is rising faster than Central London according to our latest research.

Sheffield office market pulse Q2
Sheffield's grade A office supply slips to record low

Sheffield’s office occupier market continued its strong start to 2018 during the second quarter but the city is facing a severe shortage of grade A space as supply falls to a record low.

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Business rates boost for British museums

Some of Britain’s biggest museums are hoping to have their business rates liabilities slashed, following a landmark legal victory by York Museums Trust (YMT) in 2017.

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