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42 PEOPLE / MOVES


Shoppers relieve stress with Tai Chi


This month’s moves . . .


DAVID LAYCOCK has been appointed as centre director for Land Securities’ £350 million Trinity Leeds development. Prior to his appointment by LAND SECURITIES he was centre director of The Rock shopping and leisure development which opened in


Bury last year.


Ex-M&S man SPENCER SHEEN has joined GATWICK AIRPORT in a newly created role of head of retail, with responsibility for retail, food and beverage, bureaux and media. He reports to chief commercial officer, Guy Stephenson.


HAMMERSON has appointed niche retail and restaurant agency BRUCE GILLINGHAM POLLARD (BGP) for its catering remit on six shopping centres in its retail portfolio.


Shoppers at Princes Quay shopping centre in Hull participated in an en masse de- stress and relaxation event, ahead of the Christmas shopping rush. On November 2, National


Stress Awareness Day, shoppers were invited to join staff to take part in Tai Chi sessions and relax with a Chinese head massage. Shoppers took part in the soft


martial art from 5 to 45 minutes as one of the region’s leading demonstrators guided them through the slow movements, designed to bring about a state of calm and clarity. According to recent research,


Philippe Starck unveils new Photo-Me booth


stress levels amongst UK adults have doubled in four years, while further studies have also shown that Christmas shopping increases blood pressure in 50 per cent of shoppers and heart rates rise by an average of 10 per cent.


Centre manager, Tony Wilkes,


said: “The lead-up to the festive period is undoubtedly the busiest time for both shoppers and staff and National Stress Awareness Day is the perfect opportunity to embrace some relaxation techniques when successfully securing this year’s must have gift for loved ones.”


TINA DALLORZO has been appointed as the new centre director at CHURCHILL SQUARE shopping centre in Brighton. Dallorzo brings with her over twelve years of experience in shopping centre management. Prior to taking up the post at Churchill Square, Dallorzo spent four years working in Sydney, managing shopping centres for Westfield and Colonial First State. On returning to the UK, she worked as general manager at Covent Garden.


BRITISH LAND has appointed WILLIAM ODDIE as project manager in its growing retail team. He will be based at the company’s York House head office in London and will report to head of development, Richard Wise. He has extensive experience having


previously worked for Donaldsons, Brixton Plc and most recently Watford Borough Council where he focussed on the redevelopment of Charter Place shopping centre.


PETER LANGLEY has left DTZ, where he was head of retail parks, and is now providing property management and asset management consultancy services through BEARSIDE CONSULTING.


Student nurse wins her very own Gok fashion fix


A new generation of photobooth, created by Philippe Starck and Photo-Me, was launched at the Saatchi gallery on November 2. The event attracted a mix of talent from


the arts, fashion and technology worlds and a stirring performance by new talent Lianne Di Havas, who recently performed on Later With Jools Holland. Guests included Philippe Stark himself, models Jade Parfitt and Ana Araujo and actress Davina Taylor. The booth, incorporating augmented reality and touchscreen


technology, will be rolled out nationally. Francois De Freitas, head of marketing at Photo-Me said: “We are


very proud of the new photobooth, which combines the creativity of Philippe Starck with Photo-Me’s latest digital technology. Together we have reinvented the photobooth, moving beyond simple functionality to a compelling entertainment event.”


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


Salome Keriti had a shopping trip to remember when she was taken on a spending spree at The Mall Luton. The 21 year-old student nurse’s wardrobe underwent a £1,000 transformation, courtesy of celebrity stylist Mr Gok Wan. To celebrate the launch of


Autumn/Winter Fashion at The Mall, shoppers who spent £50 or more were given the chance to win their money back in fashion vouchers and enter to win the exclusive personal shopping spree with Gok Wan. The promotion ran across all nine of The Mall Fund’s shopping centres throughout the UK and Salome’s name was drawn from the thousands of shoppers who entered.


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