Where partnerships happen

Hammerson is partners with the UK’s top national and international media owners, leading industry experts and a range of bespoke businesses to provide the very best services within our 12 premium shopping centres. 

JCDecaux is the number 1 Outdoor advertising company in the world, providing premium broadcast Out-of-Home media opportunities. JCDecaux delivers high-quality and innovative advertising solutions in and around the retail environment. With a range of M-VISION and DIGITAL 6-SHEETS strategically located within high footfall areas of the Hammerson portfolio, JCDecaux offers brands, businesses and agencies unrivalled advertising access at the point of purchase.

The DX POP –UP from Media5  is a temporary modular unit which gives brands the opportunity to use digital technology to engage with their customers. It’s designed to operate in high traffic areas as an interactive stand-alone kiosk that integrates with a brands website.

Appear Here is the UK's leading provider of retail space for brands and retailers looking for short term letting solutions. We work with Appear Here to collaborate on first class concept stores to pop up cafes. Their project team help to deliver the design, shop fit out and all branding required making popping up as easy as booking a hotel.  

Limited Space is the leading media owner within the shopping mall environment. Providing a range of high impact advertising media formats, including lift door advertising (Adlift), hanging mall banners, lift shaft advertising and large format landscape digital screens, Limited Space operates across a national network of the UK’s most premium shopping mall locations.

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Portable appliances - please specify the method and frequency of testing for electrical items within their risk assessment. Testing must be appropriate to the electrical supply, British Standard (e.g. BS7671:2008) and supporting PAT certificates must be provided. 

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