Award Success for LSH South West
LSH’s South West Office Advisory team has won ‘Property Deal of the Year’ at this year’s Insider South West Property Awards, which celebrate the region’s top property and construction professionals.
KOHLER MIRA UNVEILS WORCESTER SIX PLANS
A leader in the manufacture of kitchen and bathroom products has today announced plans to create a state-of-the-art distribution, training and office unit in Worcestershire.
Bristol sees the highest jump in occupier costs in the UK
Businesses in Bristol are seeing the UK’s biggest increase in costs when it comes to occupying a new office building, according to new LSH research.
Prime former Bridgwater Hospital development site for sale
A prime development site in Bridgwater, Somerset, near Hinkley Point C, is being marketed by Lambert Smith Hampton.
We are delighted to partner with Estates Gazette on The Future of Real Estate summit 2018.
From technology to a rapidly globalising investor base, the shifting nature of the workplace to a fast-changing residential market, the pace of change in real estate is faster than ever. Join Lambert Smith Hampton at EG The Future of Real Estate Summit in Liverpool.
LSH appoints Tony Fisher as new Head of Office Exeter
LSH appoints Tony Fisher as new Head of Exeter Office
Bristol's biggest office deal in 10 years boosts office market
The Greater Bristol office market enjoyed a stellar finish to 2017, boosted by the largest out of town deal for a decade and several sizeable transactions in the city centre, Lambert Smith Hampton’s latest office research has revealed.
Protecting office development will boost Exeter employment
Preventing the further conversion of office buildings to residential use will energise Exeter’s city centre and promote job growth, according to LSH.
Lack of office development in Plymouth
Availability of quality office space in Plymouth has hit a record low, according to new research published by Lambert Smith Hampton.
Bath responds to chronic lack of office space with new developments
A severe shortage of office space in Bath has dampened market activity in 2017 but upcoming developments in the city will help retain growing businesses and stimulate investor interest in the city, new research from LSH has reported.