Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has appointed David Earle as head of its London office. Alongside his existing role as head of Central London offices, David will now assume responsibility for spearheading growth, co-ordinating business development efforts and driving the firm’s people proposition across its London and south-east office network.
A senior figure within the Central London office agency market, David has been at LSH for 19 years, during which time he has advised clients including BBC, Camden Council and Nationwide.
Ezra Nahome, CEO of LSH, said: “As a centre of excellence within the LSH network, the London office needs clear and distinct leadership. David is the obvious fit for this key role and I look forward to supporting him and his team continue the great work in client care and winning new business”.
David Earle added: “This is a critical time for the real estate advisory business as clients on both the occupier and the landlord side are turning to us for help navigating the implications of the post-Covid working world, whilst our colleagues are also looking to us for opportunity and support in an increasingly agile workplace. I look forward to leading this effort alongside colleagues across London and our south-east regional network to deliver success for both clients and colleagues.”
This move follows a series of other recent changes to LSH’s senior management, with the promotion of Mike Thatcher and Ryan Dean to the roles of national director and head of transactional services respectively.