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  • LSH discuss how corporate real estate accounting legislation impacts acquisitions

    Despite the current economic climate, companies requiring a larger office building are still more likely to procure it via a pre-let agreement than by taking existing office space. However, when you consider the rules and regulations governing occupiers’ corporate real estate accountancy protocols, this is perhaps not that surprising. Leonie Dickman, in Lambert Smith Hampton’s (LSH) Cambridge office explains why.

    (Filed: Sun Nov 01 2009)
  • A load of piffle?

    In a bid to ensure a lasting legacy for London, Mayor Boris Johnson is in the middle of planning a £15 million monument to rival the Eiffel Tower, which will be built in the Olympic Park in time for the 2012 Games – but the tower already has its critics, who say that its design is going against Boris’ former pledges not to litter London’s skyline with any more tall buildings...

    (Filed: Sat Oct 31 2009)
  • Overseas investing is back

    International investors seem to be regaining their confidence in the overseas property markets – Primelocation has reported that searches for international property soared a whopping 32 per cent in September, compared to the same time last year – but buyers are still looking towards traditional, ‘safe’ locations...

    (Filed: Wed Oct 28 2009)
  • Win a hotel!

    If you are bored with the same old nine to five slog, why not start a whole new life as the manager of your own hotel – a stylish sixteen-bedroom hotel in Wiltshire and £50,000 annual income is being offered as a prize in the latest property competition to hit the headlines...

    (Filed: Tue Oct 27 2009)
  • Stewart Milne Homes Gets Ahead and Invests In Future of Housing Market

    Staying one step ahead of an ever-changing market, Stewart Milne Homes has achieved increasing sales success and is now investing in the future with four new developments launching across the UK including the most southerly development for the business yet.

    (Filed: Fri Oct 23 2009)
  • September Top of the Props

    France edged August’s winner Spain into second place in September’s Top of the Props chart - which provides a monthly pop chart snapshot of the most popular countries on the site – and the mighty USA fared well too, supporting talk of a possible recovery in the US property market - claiming third place…

    (Filed: Thu Oct 22 2009)
  • Fast Property Purchase from Decision Homebuyers

    Decision Homebuyers guarantee to make an offer on all types of residential and commercial property regardless of the condition or location, and once agreed, sales often complete within 7 days.

    (Filed: Wed Oct 21 2009)
  • University daze

    Being a parent must be a rather thankless task at times – the endless taxi service and cash point they are under pressure to provide – so now Mums and Dads are taking back the reins and turning the obligatory drop-offs into holidays – university towns all over the country are enjoying a tourist boom from parents dropping their children off and then holidaying in the town afterwards…

    (Filed: Sat Oct 17 2009)
  • Commercial investment spreads its wings

    According to new research by commercial property brokers and consultants Cushman & Wakefield, activity in London's commercial market is skyrocketing, with international property investors continuing to favour the UK market - and Savills found that the number of banks willing to lend to commercial developers has doubled of late...

    (Filed: Wed Oct 14 2009)
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