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New centre manager appointed for Angel Central

CBRE Global Investors has appointed Adam Cummins as the new centre manager at London’s Angel Central. He has joined the team at Lambert Smith Hampton which… View Article

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New centre manager appointed for Angel Central

CBRE Global Investors has appointed Adam Cummins as the new centre manager at London’s Angel Central.

He has joined the team at Lambert Smith Hampton which is the managing agent for the scheme.

With over 18 years’ experience in standalone, multi-site and area manager roles, Cummins previously worked with Selfridges London where he managed a £56 million retail business within the department store. Prior to that, he managed stores for Tiffany & Co and Charles Tyrwhitt.

The hiring follows the completion of the £16 million refurbishment of Angel Central which has transformed the space and generated over 20,000 square feet in bespoke and flagship units.

Ciara Daffy, asset manager at CBRE Global Investors, said: “Our investment in Angel Central has created a new look shopping destination, and with Adam joining the team we are in a great position to reconnect with the local community and our visitors, especially now as the city is getting busier day by day.”

Gary Nesbitt, head of property management at Lambert Smith Hampton, Belfast office, added: “Adam joins the Angel Central team at a pivotal moment in its growth; following the recent refurbishment and as London reopens, we must continue to retain and engage our customers and occupiers. Adam’s experience is a perfect fit for Angel Central, and we look forward to working with him to realise the refurbished centre’s full potential.”

The news follows the recent announcement that sustainability-focused department store, Know the Origin, has opened a pop-up and first zero-waste store at Angel Central.

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