Swansea student accommodation grows but office stock needed
LSH's second annual South West and South Wales Office Market Report highlights some significant trends and opportunities for Swansea.
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.
The way ahead for Newport and Swansea
Cardiff has proved to be the stellar performer in the last 12 months so what can Newport and Swansea learn from the capital?
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.
LSH Dublin moves to new Leeson Street office location
Lambert Smith Hampton have relocated its Dublin department to newly renovated Grade A office space comprising 4,000 sq ft at 86-88 Leeson Street Lower, Dublin 2.
LSH advises on £48.3m hotel sale
Urban&Civic plc has sold the recently completed Hampton by Hilton hotel at Stansted Airport to LGIM Real Assets (Legal & General) for a minimum consideration of £48.3 million. Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) advised Legal & General on the transaction.
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.
South Coast industrial rents expected to hit double figures in 2018
Rents for mid-box (30,000-50,000 sq ft) new industrial units on the South Coast are expected to exceed £10 per sq ft in 2018 as demand continues to outstrip supply.
Talented young Yorkshire based surveyor represents LSH at prestigious industry competition
Lucy McDowell fought off stiff competition to reach the final of RICS Matrics Auction Competition.
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.