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Hammerson Says It Intends To Pay Shareholders An Interim Dividend Of 0.2 Pence Per Share
Hammerson Plc Completes VIA Disposal
Mall owner Hammerson sees improving rent collections, new CEO to start Nov. 2
Hammerson plc is a United Kingdom-based real estate investment trust (REIT). The Company owns and operates destinations and outlets across United Kingdom and Europe. Its portfolio of venues includes approximately 21 destinations and investments in outlet villages through its partnership with Value Retail (VR). The Company's retail venues include Bullring & Grand Central, Birmingham, Bicester Village, Oxfordshire, Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin, and Les Terrasses du Port, Marseille. VR owns and operates approximately nine Villages in the United Kingdom and Western Europe, which provide approximately 190,000 square meters of floor space across over 1,000 stores. The Company's subsidiaries include Grantchester Holdings Limited, Hammerson Group Management Limited, Hammerson International Holdings Limited, Hammerson Group Management Limited and Hammerson Group Limited.
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Kings Place, 90 York Way
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David J. Atkins
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London-based mall operator Hammerson <HMSO.L> on Wednesday named Rita-Rose Gagné as its new chief executive officer and executive director, replacing David Atkins.
British shopping centre operator Hammerson plans to raise 825 million pounds ($1.1 billion) from a rights issue and the sale of its 50% stake in VIA Outlet to see it through the COVID-19 crisis, it said on Thursday.
British shopping centre operator Hammerson Plc said on Thursday it planned to raise 825 million pounds ($1.08 billion) through a rights issue and disposal of its 50% stake in joint venture VIA Outlets to its partner APG.
Debt-laden British Mall operator Hammerson <HMSO.L> is drawing up plans for a possible rights issue and is in advanced talks on the sale of its stake in discount shopping outlets joint venture to help it through the coronavirus crisis, it said on Monday.
British mall operator Hammerson said on Monday it was in advanced talks to sell its 50% stake in joint venture VIA Outlets to its partner APG and was considering a rights issue to raise cash.
Britain's Hammerson Plc <HMSO.L> plans to raise some 800 million pounds ($1.1 billion) from a rights issue and the sale of its 50% stake in VIA Outlets, Sky news reported on Saturday, as the mall operator tackles the fallout from coronavirus lockdowns.
Mall operator Hammerson said on Wednesday it has collected just 16% of rents due in the UK during the third quarter at June-end, as retailers reeled under pressure with the coronavirus lockdown denting sales.
Mall operator Hammerson said on Wednesday it has collected just 16% of rents due in the UK during the third quarter at June-end, as retailers struggled during the coronavirus lockdowns.
* HAMMERSON - RECEIVED APPROVAL FOR ISSUANCE OF UP TO £300M UNDER COVID CORPORATE FINANCING FACILITY
London-based mall operator Hammerson said on Monday it appointed rival Land Securities' former chief executive officer, Robert Noel, as its non-executive chair, replacing David Tyler.
London-based mall operator Hammerson Plc said on Thursday it will reopen three main centres in Ireland on June 15 as the local government eases coronavirus-led restrictions.
Hammerson Chief Executive Officer David Atkins will step down, the shopping mall owner and operator said on Wednesday, as it faces a crisis spurred by coronavirus-induced shop closures and a collapse in rent.
Hammerson said on Wednesday Chief Executive Officer David Atkins will step down by spring 2021 after a decade of managing the British mall operator, while it has launched a search for his replacement.
British clothing retailer Next said on Thursday it will expand its beauty business by taking on five former Debenhams beauty departments and rebranding them as "The Beauty Hall from NEXT".
British department store group Debenhams said it will shut down five of its stores in Hammerson <HMSO.L> leading to potentially 1,400 job cuts, as it failed to agree rent terms with the mall operator.
British mall operator Hammerson Plc <HMSO.L> said on Wednesday it had terminated its 400 million pound ($497.20 million) deal to sell seven retail parks to private equity firm Orion, sending its shares down 2.5%.
Hammerson said on Wednesday private-equity firm Orion was not planning to buy the British shopping centre operator's seven retail parks.
Hammerson <HMSO.L> said on Thursday private equity firm Orion does not plan to complete the acquisition of the British shopping centre operator's seven retail parks by April 23.
* HAMMERSON PLC - BOARD REMAINS CONFIDENT IN FINANCIAL POSITION OF BUSINESS
* Says CVAs, administrations largest single factor reducing income
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