New Online Property Tool to Launch from Lambert Smith Hampton

Posted on 19 February, 2016 by admin

Lambert Smith Hampton has recently developed a new web-based application to assist occupiers, developers and investors that seek opportunities in the Northern Powerhouse region.

New Online Property Tool Launched by Lambert Smith Hampton

The tool provides an in-depth analysis of the region’s office markets, gives up-to-date information on rents, take-up and supply, as well as highlight emerging trends in the individual business districts.

National Head of Office Agency at LSH and spokesperson for the app, Tony Fisher, commented: “The BBC paved the way for businesses considering relocating from London to the North of England, and showed how successful it can be. However, smaller companies don’t have the same resources as the BBC, so searching for the perfect location can be difficult.”

The new Northern Powerhouse Office Districts web app will be launched at 10am on Thursday 25 February 2016 at the Northern Powerhouse International Conference & Exhibition, Manchester Central.

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