Hammerson hires Harry Badham as chief development and asset repositioning officer
Shopping centre owner Hammerson has hired Harry Badham as chief development and asset repositioning officer.
Badham previously worked as UK head of development at AXA IM Alts, where he led £3.5 billion worth of investment, development and repositioning projects for a range of funds and joint venture investors. This included working on retail, workspace, leisure, civic and residential projects such as 22 Bishopsgate, Assembly Bristol and 6 Pancras Square. Prior to that, he was part of the leadership team at property development company Allied London.
In his new position, Badham will oversee the development teams working on Hammerson’s destination repositioning across the UK, Ireland, and France.
Rita-Rose Gagné, Hammerson’s chief executive, said: “Hammerson has urban assets, developments and a land bank with potential for multi-use city centre destinations. As our portfolio transforms and evolves, it is vital that our team has a broad and varied skills base. Harry will support this by bringing a creative mindset and extensive development and urban mixed-use experience. He also has extensive expertise in managing multiple stakeholders and partners, which will be key as we work on our strategy to maximise value for stakeholders.”
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