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Hammerson avoids being "delighted" with something (now banned from its press releases?)

"Highcross [Hammerson's shopping centre in Leicester - which we have no reason to criticise, by the way] enters the Christmas season with 12,000 sq ft of new retailers signed up.

"... Sheila King, Hammerson director group retail leasing, commented:
"These new brands provide real strength in depth across our retail mix at Highcross, offering specialist fashion retailing, high end entertainment and fine art to our consumers." [Sheila completely avoids being 'delighted'!]
*The Cameron-Clegg coalition
is, er, on the right.
"Bidwell Webber De Pons* and Lunson Mitchenall acted on behalf of Hammerson.

For further information contact: Sarah Sims
Corporate Communications Executive
[Cruel of us we know, but EXECUTIVE?]
Tel: 020 7887 1057 Email: sarah.sims@hammerson.com

UPDATE: We were wrong - Hammerson is "delighted"

Link to Hammerson's Storefront

"Hammerson is delighted to announce that leading international fashion retailer Forever 21* is to open a 53,000 sq ft store at Bullring [sic] Birmingham, its first in the UK. 
* Link to [Daily Mail] [The Guardian]

"Lawrence Hutchings, Hammerson Managing Director UK Retail said:
"Forever 21's decision to open their first store in Europe at Bullring [sic] reflects both the centre's and the city's assertion that Forever 21, a proven success worldwide, will flourish at the centre. This is on the back of unprecedented like-for-like sales growth at the scheme over the course of the last 24 months."

Not to mention: 

New Stores: "Brent South welcomes Lloyds Pharmacy village"

"Lloyds Pharmacy has opened its first large format Health Village concept at Brent South Retail Park in North London.

"The 5,000 sq ft store operates an almost concessionary format, offering a range of products and services designed to endorse a healthy lifestyle. From a consultation with a pharmacist to a session with a physiotherapist. Plus video consultations with doctors, optician services and expert skincare advice. The full service offer is a one-stop-shop for wellbeing.

"In addition, Brent South has also been joined by leading Sofa specialist retailer CSL ltd, opening a 12,000 sq ft store offering a broad range of mid-priced homewear solutions."

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