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John McDougal
Cautious optimism in industrial market as growth remains

Cautious optimism remains in the industrial market in Milton Keynes and, although growth remains, there are early signs that it may be slowing, according to national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).

Newcastle Q2 Office Pulse
Newcastle out of town office market excels

The Newcastle office market witnessed an extremely positive second quarter of 2018 with the total volume of office space let across the city centre and out-of-town reaching 254,147 sq ft, according to new figures from North East Office Agents (NEOA).

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.

LSH cyclists complete epic 100 mile challenge

A team of seven cyclists has completed an epic 100-mile bike ride across Lincolnshire, taking them from castle to coast and back again in an event that raised more than £25,000 for charity.

Residential development Planning in Principle
New 'Permission in Principle' goes live

New form of planning consent could be the key to unlocking thousands of new homes across England.

Amicus Therapeutics takes 38,000 sq ft in Marlow’s Globeside Business Park

Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has successfully secured 38,000 sq ft on a 10 year lease for Amicus Therapeutics UK Ltd to meet the company’s growth plans.

Carpet retailer opens new Portsmouth store in building which lay empty for 13 years before change of use enabled restoration

A run-down Portsmouth building that lay empty for more than a decade has been transformed into a modern new warehouse and retail unit for rapidly-growing retailer The Carpet and Bed Gallery.

Adam Ramshaw Lambert Smith Hampton
School leavers could solve property skills shortage

A big increase in the number of apprenticeships offered by commercial property companies to school leavers could help solve the national skills shortage, according to leading national property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).

LSH sells landmark former fire service headquarters in Bristol

LSH has successfully negotiated the sale of one of central Bristol’s few remaining regeneration sites, the former Avon Fire and Rescue Service headquarters, located in the heart of the city’s business district. 

Ascot Lloyd renews lease in newly refurbished Reading Bridge House

Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH), Campbell Gordon and Bray Fox Smith have successfully secured a new 10 year lease for Ascot Lloyd at an iconic Reading building.

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