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Warning to UK landlords as energy efficiency deadline looms

Private landlords in the UK are being warned they risk facing heavy fines if properties in their commercial portfolios fail to meet new energy efficiency legislation by April 1st.

Reading’s opportunities and challenges ahead was the hot topic at the latest Reading Real Estate Network event

An impressive 120 professionals attended the sold-out RREN event at the newly opened Thames Lido on Friday 9th February.

LSH Newcastle appointments
LSH strengthens Newcastle office with several key appointments

Several key appointments strengthen the breadth and depth of our service offering across the North East.

Auction Gavel
Sense restored as Supreme Court rules in favour of developers

Judgement potentially relieves properties undergoing redevelopment or major refurbishment from business rates payments while works are carried out. 

LSH bolsters its Building Consultancy team in Sheffield

Lee Rhodes appointed as Associate Director in our Building Consultancy team in Sheffield.

Project briefing: the best of both worlds at Samlet Trade Park, Swansea.

We often state that LSH has local insight backed by a national presence but how does that translate into practical benefits? With an occupier now secured for Samlet Trade Park, we set out to show just what we mean.

Lawrence Tattersall
LSH acquires Sheffield-based surveying practice Lawrence Tattersall

Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has bolstered its presence in South Yorkshire with the acquisition of Sheffield-based, niche surveying practice, Lawrence Tattersall.

Energy Act
Occupiers must be prepared for the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards

With the majority of office buildings at risk of failing new energy standards regulations, occupiers seeking to move out of their premises may soon find themselves footing the bill.

LSHs Liverpool offering expands

LSH is expanding in Liverpool with the addition of a suite of new building consultancy services.

Rob Burke, Robert Burke, Head of Building Consultancy
Rob Burke appointed Head of London Building Consultancy

We have appointed Rob Burke as Head of Building Consultancy for our London office.  He will be based at our Oxford Street HQ.

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