Hammerson. Where people and brands want to be.
Hammerson is an owner, manager and developer of retail properties in Europe. We have a portfolio of high quality flagship destinations across the UK, Ireland and France.
“If the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted anything, it is that as humans we crave contact and are inherently social animals. As a business, Hammerson provides the places and social infrastructure where people want and need to be.” Rita-Rose Gagné CEO
“ If the COVID 19 pandemic has highlighted anything, it is that as humans we crave contact and are inherently social animals. As a business, Hammerson provides the places and social infrastructure where people want and need to be.
We will continue to have a vital role in shaping neighbourhoods and communities in the future. How people live, meet, work, shop and play will change, but the fundamental desire to create connections has never been greater. Our portfolio enables those connections to happen.”
Rita -Rose Gagné , CEO, Hammerson
At Hammerson, we see our destinations as brand platforms which offer high footfall; driving brand awareness, loyalty and conversion rates both in-store and online .
As brands look to reach out to their target audiences across an increasingly complex mix of media and sales channels, we provide leasing opportunities that drive genuine brand engagement.
The future of Hammerson is as an owner, operator and developer of focused prime, urban estates. Our unique portfolio of urban locations offer opportunities to leverage our experience and capabilities to create thriving mixed-use estates, serving customers and communities.
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We create vibrant, continually evolving spaces, in and around thriving cities, where people and brands want to be. Our destinations sit at the very heart of communities and in many cases form part of a city’s very identity.
Creating Positive places
Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do. In 2017 we launched our sector- leading, comprehensive target to be Net Positive for carbon, water, resource use and socio-economic impacts by 2030.That means supporting communities and promoting diversity, as well as tackling climate change and helping to protect the environment.