BIRMINGHAM TRAINING FACILITY BOUGHT ON BEHALF OF DTZ INVESTORS

Harris Lamb has bought a newly-renovated warehouse with office space on a Birmingham industrial estate for £3.25 on behalf of DTZ Investors. The purpose-built building on Holford Industrial Estate is occupied by manufacturing support and training firm EEF, which recently invested millions into renovating and equipping the site as a training facility. Harris Lamb’s Investment team woul...

JUMPIN’ INTO COVENTRY AS TRAMPOLINE PARK PLANS ARE APPROVED

An application by Harris Lamb’s planning team for Coventry’s first trampoline park has been approved.  The planning team has been working with trampoline park operators Jump In to secure permission to transform a vacant warehouse in the Tile Hill area of the city into an all-ages activity centre which will drive more visitors to the region and create around 60 jobs. Jump In, which h...

ROB HAIGH JOINS HARRIS LAMB’S NOTTINGHAM OFFICE TO LEAD EAST MIDLANDS AGENCY TEAM

Harris Lamb has appointed established East Midlands surveyor Rob Haigh to its Nottingham operation as it grows its award-winning Agency team and extends its reach across the UK.  Rob joins the business’ Regent Street office from Fisher German, where he has spent the past five years working across a full range of disciplines before focusing his efforts on Agency and Investment. Rob, a ...

DELIVEROO TAKES 10-YEAR LEASE ON BIRMINGHAM WAREHOUSE

Food delivery business Deliveroo has taken a ten-year lease on a Birmingham city centre warehouse as the firm’s offering strengthens. The business, which collects food from a host of partner restaurants and delivers it to people’s front doors, has taken on a 6,092 sq ft industrial unit on Upper Gough Street close to The Mailbox. Tom Morley of Harris Lamb's Agency team, who oversaw the ...

£600,000 REFIT COMPLETED AT INDUSTRIAL ESTATE

Harris Lamb’s building consultancy team has overseen a circa £600,000 refurbishment project at a Wednesfield industrial estate. Six units on the Planetary Industrial Estate have been given an extensive makeover to attract new tenants seeking high-grade commercial space within the Black Country. Gareth Booker, of the building department, said: “In light of the ongoing shortage of hig...