Highly-experienced property and asset manager Anne Baker has joined Lambert Smith Hampton.
Formerly a partner at King Sturge in Manchester, Baker joins the LSH Manchester team following a career break and will be responsible for regional service delivery on behalf of the firm’s national clients.
She has worked on many complex and high profile projects across the north west during her career, including the set-up of 3 and 4 Hardman Square in Spinningfields, the management of 100 and 101 Barbirolli Square and Charter Walk shopping centre in Burnley.
Paul Jolley, head of property and asset management at Lambert Smith Hampton, said: “Anne is an incredibly talented operator who will bring a wealth of experience for our clients.
“Working closely with owners and occupiers, Anne will be able to help us devise and deliver detailed management regimes that truly add value to our service proposition.”
Speaking of her appointment, Baker said: “LSH has a deserved reputation for leading the market in so many areas of property advisory and is instructed on properties spanning a wide range of leisure, commercial and mixed use assets.
“I’m really excited to start working with our new and existing clients and finding ways to help them enhance their management service and maximise income and retention.”