MAG appoints two new MDs for property business

UK airport group MAG has appointed two new managing directors to lead its property business, which is responsible for a £526m UK portfolio.
The two appointments are as a result of internal promotions and will see Jonathan Haigh appointed as managing director, MAG Property, and Andrew Blackshaw appointed as managing director, MAG Investment Assets.
The moves comes as MAG has restructured the assets within its property business, with a dedicated team focused on different parts of the portfolio, each with their own lead.
Haigh will focus on MAG’s development land and “core” property assets across its three UK airports, and providing development management services across the Group and for the 5m sq ft Airport City Manchester scheme.
Blackshaw in his new role will focus on MAG’s investment properties comprising  circa 8m sq ft of assets including offices, hotels, warehouses and hangars.
The two appointments succeed Lynda Shillaw, who has departed MAG for Town Centre Securities plc.

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