Buttercrane Shopping Centre makes two new management appointments

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Friday, March 27th, 2020
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Buttercrane Shopping Centre has made two new appointments to the management team this month.

Mary McDonnell has been appointed as Operations Manager for Buttercrane Shopping Centre by Lambert Smith Hampton, the Centre’s Letting & Management Agents.

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Mary has significant experience across retail, operations and the customer service industry having previously worked with Argos, Sainsbury’s & Debenhams in the UK and Ireland for over 30 years.

 

 

Originally from Coleraine but now living in Co Down, Mary has a wealth of knowledge of project management, refurbishment and contractor liaison.

Mary is joined by Karen McCambridge, who has been appointed Site Manager for Buttercrane by Robinsons Services.

Karen has been part of the Customer Service team at Buttercrane for over two years, prior to which she worked in Healthcare in a Customer facing role for over a decade.

Karen is also a volunteer first responder with the NI Ambulance Service.

 

 

Karen will oversee the day to day contact with Security, Cleaning and Maintenance.

Speaking to Newry Times, Peter Murray Centre Manager said, “We are delighted to welcome Mary to the team.

“With development and build elements of the new Sports Direct/USC unit – a 32,247 sq ft unit over two floors due to open May 2020 – well underway and LIDL in the Planning stage, her expertise will be well utilised as Buttercrane continues to develop and expand our retail offering for 2020 and beyond. 

“I’d also like to congratulate Karen on her appointment to Site Manager.

 

 

“Karen was recently recognised by Robinson Services as Employee of the Year for her dedication and commitment and she will be a huge asset to the team,” Peter added.

 

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