LSH wins top spot in EGi industrial deal rankings for H2
LSH’s national industrial team has scooped first place in EGi’s deal volume rankings, following a bumper performance in H2.
North East investment volumes slump but alternatives sector witnesses record breaking year
Commercial property investment activity across the North East reached its lowest level in five years during 2017, according to our latest UK Investment Transactions (UKIT) report.
LSH Shedlines February 2018
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Boom-like investment volumes witnessed across Yorkshire during 2017
Boom-like investment activity across Yorkshire during 2017 pushed total volume for the year to £1.32bn, according Lambert Smith Hampton’s latest UK Investment Transactions (UKIT) report.
LSH appointed for St Vincent Plaza
Private investment firm Starwood Capital Group has appointed LSH at the landmark St Vincent Plaza office development in the heart of Glasgow.
Strong finish to 2017 for Sheffield office market
Sheffield’s office occupier market witnessed a strong finish to 2017 as take-up in the final quarter pushed overall figures to 385,602 sq ft for the year, some 24% ahead of 2016 and well above the 10-year average.
Encouraging end to 2017 for Newcastle office market
Despite occupier activity tapering off in the final quarter of 2017, a new city centre headline rent and improved enquiry levels in the run up to the year-end have created strong momentum for the Newcastle office market leading into 2018.
Contrasting fortunes for Leeds office market
Leeds’ office occupier market witnessed a record-breaking end to 2017 as take-up exceeded the 1m sq ft mark for 2017. But, in stark contrast, investment volumes fell below the five-year average.
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.
Highly acclaimed Oxfordshire hotel sold
Grade II-listed country house Best Western Plus Wroxton House Hotel in Banbury has been purchased by UK-based hospitality investment business Shepherd Cox