Final piece of jigsaw as LSH takes new space in Leeds
LSH's new Leeds office brings together a team of 50 in some of the best accommodation the City Centre has to offer, and reflects the business' commitment to growing its business across the Northern Powerhouse.
Lack of office supply could stunt Yorks growth potential
A lack of quality office space in the centre of York could eventually force businesses to locate in other cities according to Adam Varley, Director of Office Agency at Lambert Smith Hampton's Leeds office.
LSH bolsters Manchester Office Agency team
Lambert Smith Hampton strengthens its Office Agency team in the North West with the recruitment of Emma Powell as senior surveyor.
Building supplies firm expands into new Wombwell premises
Naylor Idustries has acquired the former Maplin unit in Wombwell to expand its manufacturing operation in a deal brokered by Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).
Northern powerhouse needs new momentum
The private sector alone will not be able to realise the full potential of the Government’s Northern Powerhouse says Matthew Scrimshaw, head of Yorkshire and the North East at LSH.
Improving conditions see surge in Sheffield office market
Latest research shows office take-up in Sheffield has almost surpassed the whole of 2015 in just six months, although there has been a significant fall in Grade A deals.
Time for Chancellor to deliver on Northern Powerhouse promise
Senior figureheads at Lambert Smith Hampton have called on Chancellor George Osborne ahead of the Summer Budget to show business that the Northern Powerhouse initiative is more than just empty rhetoric.
LSH staff conquer Yorkshire's 3 Peaks for charity
Leeds, Sheffield, Newcastle and Bristol offices join forces to raise £2k for Parkinson's UK.
Lambert Smith Hampton relocates to prime Sheffield address
After more than a decade at Fountain Precinct in the city, the 20-strong business is taking 2,850 sq ft at 2 St Paul’s Place in the heart of Sheffield’s business district.
Shadow MPC calls for new Government to be given time
The Yorkshire and Humber Shadow Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted unanimously for a hold in interest rates and no further quantitative easing, mirroring the decision taken by the Bank of England on 11 May 2015.