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Q&A with Hannah

What does it mean to you to be chosen as one of the Women that Make Mayfair? ​
 
I feel very honoured to have even been thought of! However, I wouldn't be where I am today without the support and kindness of some truly inspirational women (and men!) who have helped me along the way.
 
How long have you been working in Mayfair? 
 
For the best part of 10 years. From my job on the shop floor at N.Peal in Burlington Arcade when I left school, to now, working with the major Mayfair and Central London Landlords on their commercial real estate portfolios. 
 
What is your favourite spot in Mayfair?
 
South Molton Street. I have many a fond memory of celebrity spotting outside the Hog in the Pound and a shopping trip with my first ever London Pay-check (more like window shopping!). 
 
What is one of your proudest moments from your current role? 
 
Working with new up and coming sustainable brands and giving them a platform in Central London, being a part of the evolution ofI worked with The Crown Estate and Neat Burger to open their first vegan restaurant (in Mayfair of course), and despite this devastating global pandemic we brought Lone Design Club to South Molton Street for an amazing street-wide project with . 
 
What’s something great about Mayfair which everyone should know? 
 
 If you look up on South Molton Street you’ll spot the City of London shield, a reminder that they built a pipe for fresh water from the River Tyburn here in 1237! (ref. the brilliant Katie Wignall founder of @look_uplondon)  
 
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