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34 PEOPLE / MOVES This month’s moves . . .


CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD has appointed MARKUS REINERT as a partner and head of property management and investor services for EMEA.


QUINTAIN ESTATES AND DEVELOPMENT has announced that MAXWELL JAMES has joined the company to support Adrian Wyatt on Wembley City. He will take on day-to-day responsibility for delivering a number of key milestones for the project, including overseeing the delivery of the London Designer Outlet.


INDIGO PLANNING has strengthened its retail expertise with


the appointment of sector specialist STEPHEN ROSE. He joins Indigo as an associate and will be based in London.


COLLIERS INTER- NATIONAL has recruited STUART LA


FRENAIS as its new divisional head of retail. Stuart previously spent 11 years at Jones Lang LaSalle where latterly he was head of retail.


Amir Khan weighs in at The Triangle


Manchester’s Triangle shopping centre attracted over 1,000 spectators when it held the official weigh-in for one of this year’s most anticipated boxing contests, the world title bout between Bolton-based Amir Khan and Paul McCloskey. Orchestrated by the centre’s


marketing manager, Holly Budgen, the event attracted the world’s broadcast and print media, ensuring excellent publicity for the


EAST KILBRIDE SHOPPING CENTRE has appointed


retail specialist, IAN MCLELLAND, as centre director. He has managed a series of high-end malls in China and Indonesia and spent five years as commercial director at the Kingfisher shopping centre in Redditch.


SAVILLS has appointed RUSSELL HALL as operations


director within its national property management business. He will be based at the company’s Manchester office and will oversee operations across the entire Savills portfolio with a specific focus on the retail sector.


JONES LANG LASALLE has recruited TOM FARLEY and ALI JOHNSON


to join its Leeds office. Tom Farley has taken the role of marketing account manager and Ali Johnson as senior account manager.


K Village rocks with Gino D’Acampo


Celebrity chef Gino D’Acampo set Kendal’s K Village shopping centre alight with three “fantastico” cookery demonstrations, each one played to capacity crowds. Gino kept the crowds entertained with dazzling displays of his culinary expertise as he whizzed through dishes of pasta, pollo, pesto and tiramisu.


K Village centre manager


Mandy Dixon said: “Gino D’Acampo arrived on Saturday


at 10am like a tornado and didn’t stop talking, cooking, smiling and kissing customers until he left at just after 4pm. His passion for cooking is truly infectious and his friendliness to everyone he met was a real pleasure.” Within minutes of leaving K Village Gino wrote on his Twitter account: ‘Just finished my cookery demo and last book signing in Kendal at K Village. Thank you for a great day, you guys rock xxx.’


CBRE crowns world’s best urban photographer


CB Richard Ellis has announced the winner of its annual Urban Photographer of the Year award. Manuel Lamosa de Melo has won CBRE International’s


competition for his portrayal of a Tunisian market stall. The competition, which was open to amateur and professional photographers across Europe, the Middle East and Africa and is the largest of its kind in the world, attracted more than 10,000 entries, a record number since the competition began in 2006. Mike Strong, chairman & CEO of CB Richard Ellis (EMEA) and


a judge in the competition, said: “The winning image perfectly encapsulates the spirit and contrasts of modern city life – the solemnity of brass carving in a busy market in Tunis. This year the quality of images received has been exceptional, attracting a record number of snapshots that capture the essence of urban life.”


shopping centre. Khan, a former Olympic


silver medallist, went on to win convincingly in the sixth round of the big fight at the MEN Arena.


SHOPPING CENTRE May 2011 www.shopping-centre.co.uk


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