Leeds out-of-town market sees highest take-up in five years
The Leeds office market continued its strong performance on the back of a record-breaking 2017, with 313,291 sq ft of office space let or sold during the second quarter of 2018; up 13% on Q1 and 38% year-on-year.
Northern Powerhouse office costs rising faster than Central London
The cost of occupying offices in the core Northern Powerhouse cities is rising faster than Central London according to our latest research.
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.
Sheffield's grade A office supply slips to record low
Sheffield’s office occupier market continued its strong start to 2018 during the second quarter but the city is facing a severe shortage of grade A space as supply falls to a record low.
Tale of two cities sucess as office demand rises
Leicester and Derby have seen demand for office space rise significantly during the last three months, which has seen more than 30 deals completed across the East Midlands, according to national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton.
Birmingham office market improves in Q2
Birmingham saw a big rise in businesses moving into city centre offices during the first half of this year, according to national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton.
RICS Matrics appoints Samantha Curtis as North East Chair
Samantha Curtis, Senior Planner in our Newcastle office, has been appointed as the new Chair of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Matrics in the North East.
Office rents hit new high as stock dwindles
A lack of office space for businesses that want to expand or relocate is driving up rents in Northampton, according to national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton.
Business rates boost for British museums
Some of Britain’s biggest museums are hoping to have their business rates liabilities slashed, following a landmark legal victory by York Museums Trust (YMT) in 2017.