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This month’s moves . . .
Manchester based specialist shopping centre events and entertainment company, MAYNINETEEN, has recruited three new staff. CHRIS TODD who joined the company in October 2010 has been promoted to account manager, DOMINO PANTON JONES joined the company as account executive earlier this month and KERRY BARTON has been recruited as senior account manager. MORGAN JONES has
also joined the company as event technician.
SOVEREIGN LAND has head hunted former Strutt & Parker
partner PAUL BAILEY to work with the existing team on its development and asset management pipeline.
Manchester’s TRIANGLE SHOPPING CENTRE has appointed PAUL RICHARDSON as its new operations manager. Paul joins from Mitie Facilities Management. Beforehand he was area property manager for Savills covering several sites in Merseyside.
AXA REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT MANAGERS, has appointed RICCARDO DALLOLIO as European head of transactions. He joins with over 13 years experience and will be based in London, reporting to Anne Kavanagh, global head of Property Services Group.
Land Securities raises £10,000 for Everyman
Land Securities hosted its annual party as part of the BCSC conference & exhibition in Manchester, raising £10,000 for prostate and testicular cancer charity Everyman. Over 450 leading figures from the commercial property industry
gathered at Bijou, Manchester, including Richard Akers, managing director of Land Securities Retail and this year’s president of the BCSC. Akers said: “The Land Securities’ party provides an opportunity to say thank you to our customers, service providers, and is especially rewarding as we used the event to support such a worthwhile charity. This is a great amount of money to raise.” He thanked House of Fraser, John Lewis, Arcadia, H&M, Boots,
Wagamama, Debenhams and Sainsbury’s for their donations towards the auction.
Treaty Centre manager set to walk 190 miles for charity
During October, Robin Arbenz, centre manager of the Treaty Centre in Hounslow will be walking coast to coast across the breadth of the country from the Irish Sea in the West to the North Sea in the East. The 190 mile trek, in aid
of Pancreatic Cancer UK, will take Robin across some of England’s most challenging terrain including the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North Yorkshire Moors.
Robin is keen to raise
awareness of the charity, since his wife Vivien underwent surgery and chemotherapy for the disease last year. “Pancreatic cancer has
Look Fashion Show at Westfield Stratford City
Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding made her debut modeling performance at the Look Magazine Show at Westfield Stratford City as part of London Fashion Week. Sarah showcased a selection
of outfits by Warehouse and Miss Selfridge whilst Dionne Bromfield sung her single Yeah Right. Both performances were watched by a celebrity crowd including Kelis, Alesha Dixon, Matt Cardle, Laura Whitmore and Pearl Lowe. Harding’s final Miss Selfridge
outfit sold out in the Westfield branch within minutes of the show, (which was streamed live on Facebook) finishing. High street brands
showcasing their latest
collections included Miss Selfridge, Urban Outfitters, Next, Monsoon, Forever 21, New Look, River Island, Warehouse, Office, H&M, Mango, Oasis and Dorothy Perkins with hair styled by Toni & Guy. The event also celebrated
the launch of Look’s Style Search, a six-week search for the most stylish male and female visiting the new shopping and entertainment centre.
October 2011 SHOPPING CENTRE
the worst survival rates for any cancer and 82 per cent of those currently diagnosed die within one year,” Robin said. “We need to help change this by achieving a high priority for the disease and supporting vital research required to help beat this most deadliest of cancers.” Robin also aims to lobby
for improved support for patients and their families.
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