Welcome Harry – Our New Centre Manager

Welcome Harry – Our New Centre Manager

After 35 years of service to Springburn Shopping Centre our centre manager, Tom Hannigan, has retired. Tom’s dedication and service to the shopping centre has been outstanding and we all wish him a happy and relaxing retirement!

Tom’s replacement as centre manager is Harry Devine. Harry is no stranger to the world of shopping centres having been involved in various schemes across central Scotland and Fife. Harry was operations supervisor at Ocean Terminal in Edinburgh when it first opened, later becoming duty manager there, before being involved with brownfield regeneration facilities at Edinburgh Waterfront. Harry has also spent time in building and facilities  management in Edinburgh prior to managing up to three retail parks in the central belt and Fife.

On his appointment Harry said, “I’m delighted to be part of the team revitalising Springburn Shopping Centre. It’s a shopping centre which is at the heart of the community and has been so since it opened in 1981. We’ll be keeping you informed of all the exciting changes we have planned on our social media pages, in the centre and on our news section of our website, so come back regularly to find out what’s happening over the coming months at the centre.”

We’ve got plenty of positive changes in store, so we’ll be very busy in the coming months as we lead up to Christmas. For instance, don’t miss the Google Digital bus which will be at the centre on the 6th September and if you didn’t know, we’re running a competition to win £100 worth of B&M vouchers! To be in with a chance of winning you only have to subscribe to our newsletter which you can do on our website.

Harry will be working closely with tenants in the centre and he’s keen to meet local people too. Next time you’re in the centre and you pass Harry, why not say hello?


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