The Solent Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) last week (January 28) hosted its Annual Growth Conference to shape the agenda for driving productivity and growth in the Solent region in 2016.
Oxford Properties has announced significant new lettings to Thales and Bayer at Reading’s Green Park, together with deals to expand the offices of existing occupiers Proofpoint and Datto. The combined lettings exceed 215,000 sq ft, and take the occupancy rate at Green Park to over 92%.
The commercial property market in Oxfordshire is on a new wave of technology and innovation-led growth, according to Richard Venables, a director at commercial property consultants VSL & Partners.
The latest survey by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and Royal Agricultural University (RAU) indicates that, across the UK as a whole, rural land prices are falling along with demand, but the South East is an exception to this trend. Indeed, arable land prices in the region actually increased slightly while prices for pasture land held […]
Leo Silver has joined the Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) Oxfordshire team to work within the professional services, property management and agency departments.
Sword Active Risk, a supplier of risk management software and services, has announced a partnership with JukesTodd. The relationship brings together market-leading enterprise risk management solutions with deep industry knowledge and expertise to deliver business benefits for new and existing customers.
The UK’s new car market got off to a positive start in January, with registrations climbing 2.9% compared with the same month in 2015, to reach an 11-year high of 169,678 units, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
A Test Valley Borough Council joint venture has taken a step closer to opening a major new 51,634 sq ft distribution warehouse at Walworth Business Park.
Office space is going fast at Anglo Office Park in Cressex, High Wycombe, and is already approximately 85% let or under offer.
NatWest has provided Solent-based luxury hotel group Harbour Hotels with loan restructuring for a £95 million development programme that will create 500-600 new jobs across the south.
UK CEOs are investing heavily in their people and future growth this year despite rising global risks, according to the 19th PwC Annual Global CEO Survey published at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Hi-tech company Anoto, based in Chineham Business Park, Basingstoke, has announced plans to recruit 15 new staff this year and move to larger offices next month, as it continues to achieve high growth and build on the 10 new staff that joined the UK office last year.
HMT LLP, led by partner Mark Lucas and director Peter Wear, has advised on the disposal of specialist recruitment business The Vacancy Management Company (VMC) to 1-1 Recruitment.
Moore Blatch solicitors in Hampshire has appointed prominent immigration solicitor Tamara Rundle to head up its immigration department.
The corporate team at Southampton, Poole and Salisbury-based Trethowans Solicitors has advised the management team of aap3 in relation to its management buyout (MBO) from the existing shareholders.
Tax cheats are getting caught out through boasting on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn, accountancy expert Stuart Haigh warned this week.
There has been a flurry of lettings at Theale-based Access 12 in the past few months, bringing the estate’s letting to almost 80%.
Southampton digital agency Advantec has strengthened its growing team with the appointment of Emma Budd as senior content marketer. Based in Swanwick, Advantec specialises in the design and build of market-leading websites for businesses, brand names and e-commerce retailers.
Alexandra Page of Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has been elected to the committee of the Southampton Property Association (SPA).
A new entrant to the passive fire protection (PFP) world, PassiveTec, has been awarded the prestigious refurbishment of Heathrow’s tunnels.