LCP: Mencap, the learning disability charity to open a new store in Sherwood, Nottingham

London, 2017-Aug-15 — /EPR Retail News/ — Mencap, the learning disability charity, is to open a new store in Sherwood, Nottingham, leading national investment and property management company LCP has announced.

The charity has signed a 10-year lease for the 1,037 sq ft store at 601 Mansfield Road which is part of LCP’s nationwide retail portfolio, as it looks to increase the number of shops across the country.

Andrew Barrett, LCP retail director, said it is the third store Mencap has opened within its retail parades in the past six months. Others have opened at the Paddocks in Catton, Norwich, and the Hamilton Local Centre in Leicester.

“We’ve been working closely with the charity over the past few months to help it find suitable premises for its stores and are very pleased to welcome Mencap to this busy parade in Sherwood,” he said.

Glenn Hall, head of retail for Mencap, said: “We are delighted to be opening our new Mencap charity store on Mansfield Road, Sherwood as part of our expansion programme. The store will create two new paid job opportunities, as well as a place for the local community to volunteer, donate and shop. We are looking forward to welcoming new customers and volunteers to our store soon.”

LCP’s Mansfield Road retail parade comprises 10 units, including Holland & Barrett, the Post Office and Pizza Hut Delivery. It is located in a predominately residential area and is about three miles north of Nottingham city centre.


Source: LCP

London & Cambridge Properties appoints Andrew Barrett as new retail director

London & Cambridge Properties appoints Andrew Barrett as new retail director
London & Cambridge Properties appoints Andrew Barrett as new retail director


London, 2016-Sep-20 — /EPR Retail News/ — London & Cambridge Properties (LCP), the leading investment and property management company, has announced the appointment of a new retail director.

Andrew Barrett joined LCP in 2005 as an asset manager, based at its head office in the West Midlands, with responsibility for a portfolio of retail and industrial premises in areas including Wolverhampton, Spennymoor and St Helens.

Now, as a member of the company’s senior management team, Andrew will play a central role in ensuring sustainability and income generation for the retail properties within LCP’s property portfolio.  He will also manage and develop relationships with retailers.

He said: “LCP is a great company to work for and continuously demonstrates a dynamic and pro-active approach to property management. Its investment programme in the retail property market continues to grow and is something I am keen to play a significant role in, so I had no hesitation in accepting the role and am looking forward to the new challenges ahead.”

Nick Burgess, managing director of LCP, said: “Andrew’s considerable experience and extensive knowledge of the retail property market means he will be a welcome addition to the senior management team, whilst we continue to grow our retail portfolio.”

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Source: London and Cambridge Properties