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Cushman & Wakefield Strengthens Central London Retail Team


London, 24 June 2022 – Cushman & Wakefield has expanded its Central London Retail Leasing team with the appointment of Harry Elliott as an Associate.  

Harry ElliottElliott will join later in June from Appear Here, a global retail marketplace, where he led the UK Landlord Partnership team alongside working with some of the fastest growing brands planning to launch stores globally. 

Prior to that he spent five years at Colliers International in the Central London Retail team.  

Cushman & Wakefield’s Central London Retail team is active on high-profile instructions across the capital, including Battersea Power Station Development, Shaftesbury retail portfolio across Carnaby, Seven Dials and Soho, as well as high profile instructions on Oxford Street, Bond Street, Bruton Street, and Regent Street.  

Duncan Gilliard, Co-Head of Central London Retail at Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Since the start of 2022 we have seen footfall, spend and occupier demand return in Central London retail, making it the right time for us to expand our team. Harry will be a fantastic addition and will enhance the service we offer to our clients. His experience and insight will be a real asset to our existing high-performing team.” 

Harry Elliott said: “I’m thrilled to be joining Cushman & Wakefield which has an incredibly strong track record in London retail and unrivalled international expertise. They are leaders in the market, working on the most exciting and iconic retail destinations in the city.”  


Richard Coleman, Head of Communications EMEA
Richard Coleman

Head of EMEA Communications • London

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