Sirius Real Estate appoints Neil Sachdev to its Board as Non-Executive Director

– GERMANY, Berlin – Sirius Real Estate (AIM:SRE), the leading operator of branded business parks providing conventional and flexible workspace to the German market, is pleased to announce the appointment of Neil Sachdev as NonExecutive Director with immediate effect.

Neil, aged 57, brings with him a wealth of real estate experience including having held the post of Group Property Director of J Sainsbury and before that having served for 29 years with Tesco, where he rose to be Stores Board Director, responsible for property and operations for the entire UK business. Neil is currently Chairman of Market Tech Holdings Limited, the owner of Camden Lock Market and of Martin’s Properties Limited, one of the largest owners of property on the King’s Road in London. Neil recently stepped down as a Non-Executive Director of Intu Properties plc (formerly Capital Shopping Centres) after ten years’ service. He also holds a number of public sector positions, including as visiting Professor at Salford University, a member of the Council of Warwick University and a Non-Executive Director of NHS Properties Limited. He was recently awarded an MBE for his Energy Efficiency & Sustainability in the Retail sector.

Robert Sinclair, Non-Executive Chairman of Sirius Real Estate commented: “We are delighted that Neil is joining our Board. With his knowledge of real estate as well as his senior board level experience we look forward to working with him and benefiting from the knowledge he will undoubtedly bring to Sirius.”

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