Saturday, February 27, 2021

New head of Sheffield office for LSH

Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has named Russell Davies as the new Head of its Sheffield Office.

In addition to his role as Rating Director, Russell will lead the firm’s market growth and new business development opportunities in the Sheffield property market, supported by other experienced directors Katy Brindley, James Dale, Nick Blackwell, and Daniel Green.

Adam Ramshaw, Regional Director for the North & Midlands at Lambert Smith Hampton, said: “Having been with the business since 2007, Russell knows our people and our culture and he leads by example with his work ethic and determination.

“He has the full support of LSH’s management board and the leadership team in Sheffield. There is huge opportunity for LSH in the region and I look forward to working with Russell and his fellow Directors as we seek to take advantage of market conditions.”

Russell Davies

Russell Davies, Head of Sheffield Office at Lambert Smith Hampton, said: “I am absolutely delighted to have been appointed Sheffield’s new head of office.

“Whilst we navigate through challenging times, having had to adapt to new ways of working, we remain entirely focussed on serving our clients and I look forward to working with Adam and the rest of the team in Sheffield to build on recent successes and drive the business forward in the region.”

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