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Haime will work to expand Baltic Creative's portfolio. Credit: via Active Profile

Baltic Creative appoints Haime as first chief executive 

Lynn Haime has joined the community interest company from Matthews & Goodman to drive the next phase of growth within Liverpool’s creative district. 

Haime has become Baltic Creative CIC’s first chief executive and will lead the management and development of its 118,000 sq ft Baltic Triangle portfolio. 

“We are delighted to welcome Lynn to Baltic Creative,” said Dr Fiona Armstrong-Gibbs, chair of the Baltic Creative board. “Her passion for people and enthusiasm for Baltic’s potential gives us confidence that she will deliver the board’s strategic vision.

“The CEO role has been created to lead on the support and growth of Baltic Creative and also the wider creative and digital sector in Liverpool amid exciting projects and partnerships.” 

Haime will look to expand Baltic Creative’s portfolio, which includes the 45,000 sq ft Northern Lights and Digital House on Simpson Street, in a bid to create opportunities for new occupiers and the existing community.  

“I’m really excited to join the team at Baltic Creative,” she said. 

“We have some great projects and partnerships underway that will help us expand to the next level and stay at the forefront of cutting-edge creative spaces. I look forward to supporting and evolving Baltic Creative’s community with the board and management team.” 

In a career spanning 28 years, Haime spent more than a decade as an associate partner at Urban Splash and eight years as an asset manager at Media City. 

For the last three and a half years, she was partner and head of Matthews & Goodman’s Liverpool office. 

Haime’s arrival at Baltic Creative follows a pair of appointments to the company’s board. 

Last month, CBRE director Andy Byrne and journalist Ngunan Adamu became board members. 

Lynn Haime will be speaking at Place North West’s Merseyside Development Update on 10 November. Book your ticket now.

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Good luck to Baltic Creative, they have done so much in that area to revive a moribund district of decaying buildings, in addition they have helped create companies and jobs and attracted dynamic people both local and from afar.
As a result these people have chosen to live in this cool neighbourhood cheek by jowl with clubs, bars,cafes and workshops.
Would love to see more high quality office/business space built in future , plus more residential to suit the needs of a younger and forward thinking crowd.

By Anonymous

Congratulations Lynn. A great appointment.

By Andy Owen

Great news! Good luck with everything & please let me have your new contact details when you can

By Andy Moore, Mason Owen

Perfect fit – congratulations Lynn!

By Shannon Conway

Great news for Baltic Creative. Congratulations and well done Lynn!

By Chris Reay

Well done Lynn

By Alex McCann

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