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Popular Botanic Avenue property sells following significant investor interest

A well-known property in the Queen's Quarter of Belfast has sold well in excess of its £695,000 asking price following significant interest from investors.

Ben Strange commercial property consultants london
What can landlords do to prepare for the new MEES Regulations

What can landlords do to prepare for the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) and what are the key points surrounding the new regulations?

Northampton office market to benefit from ambitious investment in the town

Ambitious plans for town centre regeneration will continue to boost fortunes and attract inward investment to Northampton, according to a new report from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).

Not alive after five in Swansea

If Swansea is to enjoy the benefits that the ‘alive after five’ economy brings, we need to learn from the approaches that other cities take, says LSH Head of Wales Lee Mogridge

Milton Keynes set for office take-up boost

Despite a slow level of office take-up in Milton Keynes in H1 2017, the market is set to be boosted in the second half of 2017, thanks to a number of deals in the pipeline, a new report from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has revealed.

Easter Park Colchester
Müller take a 'Corner' of Colchester

Müller UK & Ireland have taken a unit at Easter Park.

LSH strengthens links with Northern Powerhouse

Lambert Smith Hampton is the latest organisation to join the Government's Northern Powerhouse Partnership Programme.

LSH appointed to identify battery storage site network across UK

One of the UK’s leading renewable energy developers has appointed Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) to identify and acquire more than 100 sites for its battery storage operations

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Fundamentals right for office development in Newbury

The lowest availability rate in the Thames Valley, a rental increase of 31%, solid latent demand and improved transport links are rapidly making the case for office development in Newbury, according to Lambert Smith Hampton's Thames Valley Office Market Report 2017.

Jason Thorne commerical property consultant swansea
A snapshot of Swansea's industrial market

Jason Thorne, Director Industrial Agency, looks at what the past six months have revealed in Swansea's industrial property market.

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