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Appleton will also join LSL's nominations, remuneration and audit & risk committees, the company said.
Wayne Siegel and Eric Siegel of LSL Advisors represented Pride Publishing, Jack Cohen of Space Commercial represented the sub-landlord, Lot 18.
Newcastle-headquartered LSL announced in February that it planned to drastically change its branch network by closing 124 of its sites while opening larger "keystone" branches.
Instead of operating multiple sites near each other, LSL is now in the process of opening bigger "keystone" sites that will cover larger geographic area.
This acquisition is being funded from LSL's existing banking facilities.
Income from the group's estate agency division had dropped by 5.5%, LSL said, but there was growth in its lettings and financial services divisions.
WT and Lysm HIF1[alpha] lsl mice (6- to 8-weeks old) were injected intraperitoneally with 4% thioglycollate solution (2 ml).
"Group underlying operating profit of [pounds sterling]42.9m (2014: [pounds sterling]42.0m) was higher than LSL achieved in the property market peak of 2007.
Owner of estate agents Reeds Rains and Your Move, LSL said that rents declined from November to December by 0.1%, a smaller decline than is usually the case during that time of year.
Rents first dipped below inflation in June 2013 and continued with below-inflation increases until last month, LSL said.
Rents first dipped below inflation in June 2013 and continued on a trend of below-inflation increases up until last month, LSL said.
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