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Leading commercial property specialists at Lambert Smith Hampton expect rent rates for mid-box (30,000-50,000 sq ft) new industrial units on the South Coast to exceed £10 per sq ft in 2018 as demand continues to outstrip supply.
HMT, led by partner Paul Read and manager Tom Bradbury undertook financial due diligence for Edge Investments on its investment in Dial Square 86, the holding company for online TV rights licensing platform The RightsXchange (TRX).
The Thames Valley office of leading planning and development consultancy Lichfields is growing quickly – as it looks to build on the solid foundations laid since opening in early 2015.
A major new speculative office building along the South Coast has been completed. Stirley House, based in Lymington between Southampton and Bournemouth, is in a prominent position on the main ring road around Ampress Industrial Park. It is one of the few speculative office buildings to be built along the South […]
James Cowper Kreston’s corporate finance team has advised Reading-based PowerPax UK on its acquisition by Stadium Group plc.
Bournemouth-based investor Ameriscot Commercial has completed the comprehensive refurbishment of Grosvenor House, 2 Grosvenor Square in the heart of Southampton. Savills, jointly with Vail Williams, has been appointed to market the building.
Dr Gordon Sanghera, CEO of Oxford Nanopore Technologies, received an award in the Disruptor category at the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year UK 2017 final.
Quantuma, the corporate recovery and business advisory firm, has appointed Mark Hendrick as director of credit services. He brings 24 years’ experience in this field, in a career including spells at Opus Restructuring and RSM Tenon.
Recent results from the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) diversity survey and The Lawyer UK 200 have shown that Pitmans is outperforming other UK firms in terms of diversity, particularly in gender equality.
The South East’s housing market continues to lack momentum in September as demand from new buyers and sales fell once more. Feedback from respondents suggests that the shift in interest rate expectations contributes to buyer caution in a slowing market, according to the September RICS UK Residential Market Survey.
The joint venture between Landid and Brockton Capital has reached agreement with another occupier to take space in the partnership’s landmark office development in Reading town centre.
Chief executive of Apple Tim Cook was in Oxford today to launch the University of Oxford’s first dedicated centre for start-ups, which includes co-working space at a converted ice factory, called The Foundry.
Law firm Moorcrofts’ corporate team has advised Extrinsica Global on a demerger and restructuring. Peter Woolley, corporate partner, led the transaction, with support from Kierendeep Sahota, corporate assistant solicitor.
HMT, led by partner Paul Read, advised Maven Capital Partners on its investment in anti-cancer drugs manufacturer ADC Biotechnology.
Computer security giant McAfee is to move its UK headquarters to the Urban Building in Slough. Standard Life Investments, on behalf of a segregated fund, said McAfee has signed a 10-year lease for 19,500 sq ft on the sixth and seventh floors of the Urban Building.
Over three quarters of consumers are ready for the next era of retail where stores become showrooms, designed around the customer experience rather than just sales outlets, according to new survey by enterprise solutions specialist HSO. With those under 34 even keener – 88% said they would welcome this new […]
The UK’s leading operator of innovation centres, Oxford Innovation, has announced Jo Willett as its new managing director in the same month as celebrating the company’s 30th anniversary.
Corporate recovery specialist and business adviser Quantuma is to launch a new service with the arrival of partner Mark Lucas. He will be based in Quantuma’s Southampton office but will have a national remit to grow the new corporate finance offering.
Thames Valley businesses have much to feel confident about the region’s economic prosperity, but should avoid complacency. That was one of the messages from a thought-provoking Future of Work seminar held last week in the Royal Berkshire Conference Centre at Reading’s Madejski Stadium.