SPIRE HEALTHCARE PREPARES TO TAKE OCCUPATION AT WORCESTER SIX

Leading private hospital provider Spire Healthcare is preparing to move into its new £9 million premises at Worcester Six Business Park. Harris Lamb are joint agents for the £120 million business site, and Stoford Developments has now handed over the 72,500 sq ft unit to the business. Back L-R: Martin Head, AH Construction, Luke Willetts, Worcestershire LEPFront L-R: Gerard Ludlow, Stofor...

OCCUPIERS SOUGHT FOR FORMER SPECSAVERS WAREHOUSES IN KIDDERMINSTER

Harris Lamb has been instructed to market the former Specsavers warehouses in Kidderminster further to an extensive refurbishment at the site. The business’ Building Surveying department oversaw the £250,000 refurbishment of Units 1-3 Vale Industrial Estate on Stourport Road last year as part of the landlord’s preparations to place them on the market. ...

RECRUITMENT FIRM SNAPS UP WORCESTER CITY CENTRE OFFICES ON THREE-YEAR LEASE

A prominent office in Worcester city centre has been let to a recruitment firm on a three-year lease. Harris Lamb’s Agency team acted on behalf of Darvist Properties Ltd to market the office at 54-55 Foregate Street. Sara Garratt, who managed the letting, said: “This is a great location for businesses. Immediately adjacent to Worcester Foregate Street train station, and just four mi...

ASSISTANT ECOLOGIST BOOSTS HARRIS LAMB’S ENVIRONMENTAL TEAM

Harris Lamb has developed its growing environmental team with the appointment of an assistant ecologist. The department, which was formed just 12 months ago, has welcomed Josh Randhawa to its ranks. Since graduating from Birmingham University in 2013, Josh has worked for a number of organisations including the city council and Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park, and will support the team...

ECOLOGY TEAM OFFERS SITE CONSULTATIONS TO AVOID DELAYS DUE TO GREAT CRESTED NEWTS

Harris Lamb’s Ecology Team is working with developers to avoid costly delays to planning applications by providing advice on great-crested newts. Developers seeking to submit planning applications in 2019 are being advised to check their sites for proximity to ponds before April and seek ecology surveys rather than experience delays to their proposals. Dr Holly Smith, who he...