Hammerson gets less than half of Q1 rent as COVID-19 curbs tighten

(Reuters) – London-based shopping centre operator Hammerson Plc (LON:) said on Tuesday it received less than half of the rents due for the first quarter as retailers grapple with new COVID-19 curbs across the UK and most of Europe.

The company, which pointed to some recovery during the holiday season, said the new lockdown has shut about three-quarters of its occupiers in the UK and caused a drop in footfall.

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