LSH Dublin moves to new Leeson Street office location
Lambert Smith Hampton have relocated its Dublin department to newly renovated Grade A office space comprising 4,000 sq ft at 86-88 Leeson Street Lower, Dublin 2.
NewRiver appoints Lambert Smith Hampton on major UK Property Management instruction
NewRiver has appointed LSH's Belfast office as the managing agents on a major UK and Ireland shopping centre and leisure portfolio, with a combined size in excess of 1.7m sq ft.
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.
MacDonagh Junction manager wins All-Ireland best practice award
The manager of MacDonagh Junction in Kilkenny has been presented with a prestigious All-Ireland Shopping Centre Manager award at The Sceptre Awards in London.
Rio and Brazil set to open new store in Victoria Square
One of Belfast's longest running independent fashion boutiques, is celebrating 40 years in business, by investing over £200,000 to relocate to a new store in Victoria Square.
LSH brings former religious retreat to market
A former religious retreat situated in almost four acres of picturesque grounds and overlooking the dramatic expanse of Ilkley Moor is being sold for redevelopment.
Frenchgate celebrates national award win
Frenchgate Shopping Centre, Doncaster, is celebrating a prestigious industry award win
Three new retailers join Cookstown's main street in £1m investment
Cookstown's main street has received a major boost with the opening of three big main stores. Specsavers, CeX and DV8 have opened new stores that total x. 11,100 sq. ft. and accounts for investment totalling c.£1m. The three retailers have also created 15 new jobs between them.
Northern Ireland's retail warehousing vacancy rate falls to record low
Retail warehousing vacancies in Northern Ireland have fallen sharply to the lowest level since detailed regional analysis began in 2006, according to research by Trevor Wood Associates.
Property investment in Ireland exceeds expectations with 2016 turnover reaching €4.5bn
Property investment activity remained strong in Ireland during 2016,
recording a total turnover of €4.5bn, according to the Ireland Investment
Market Bulletin published by Lambert Smith Hampton today. The figure marks a 21
per cent increase on 2015 and represents the second highest level of investment
in the last decade – just short of the €4.8bn high in 2014.