Science and technology sector drives Oxford office market success
Oxford and South Oxfordshire was the only office market within the Thames Valley to out-perform its long-term average in both 2016 and H1 2017, according to Lambert Smith Hampton’s 2017 Thames Valley Office Market Report.
East Midlands responding to the changing face of the region's office market
The East Midlands office market is responding well to a marked shift away from one led by professional services in favour of the technology sectors, a new report from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has revealed.
Flurry of deals in Finnieston
LSH helps Squarestone Growth secure three new deals within a month at 133 Finnieston Street, Glasgow
Long term leisure investment sold for 1.2 million
A prominent commercial premises in a thriving Birmingham suburb has been sold to a private investor for £1,225,000, providing a net initial yield of 5%.
Opportunities in Midlands Engine office market are abundant
The opportunities for growth and return on investment in the office market in the Midlands Engine region are abundant, according to national property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH). The Midlands Engine Office Market Report 2017 focuses on eight key regions in the Midlands Engine area: Birmingham city centre, Birmingham out of town, Coventry, Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Milton Keynes and Northampton.
LSH South Coast wins four prestigious property awards
Commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) is celebrating after winning a series of major awards at this year’s South Coast Property Awards. Specialists in LSH’s South Coast team picked up four accolades at the high-profile event, which took place last night and recognised the region’s outstanding talent in the property sector.
Luton and Dunstable attracting inward investment
More than half of the industrial space taken up in Luton and Dunstable during the first half of 2017 was by businesses that are new to the area.
Forensic insight key to success in Thames Valley office market
The Thames Valley office market has proved resilient in the face of uncertainty over the past twelve months, according to the 2017 Thames Valley Office Market Report published by Lambert Smith Hampton. However, there has been a significant shift in demand and to ensure out-performance of the market, decisions need to be taken using granular detail from each micro-location.
Britain’s biggest Chinese supermarket group appoints LSH
Wing Yip, Britain’s biggest Chinese supermarket group, has appointed LSH to manage its four business centres.
Warning to landlords on energy efficiency measures
Private commercial property landlords have less than nine months to ensure their portfolios meet new energy efficiency legislation.