Charlton House retains major education contract

03 March 2009 by
Charlton House retains major education contract

Charlton House has been retained as the caterer at London's Regent's College, in a five-year deal worth more than £20m over the duration.

The contract caterer, which has provided services to the college set in Regent's Park for seven years, will continue to manage staff and student catering and conferencing.

The company will also work with the college to help develop its outside special events business, which operates within its extensive grounds.

Hospitality accounts for almost a third of the catering budget, and a team of 40 staff cater for 2,500 students at the five international schools on the Regent's College campus. The campus has a refectory, deli bar, café, brasserie, student bar and 58 conference rooms.

Nico Prinsloo, Charlton House director of business development, said: "Our goal now is to build on our seven years' success and use our commercial experience and expertise to develop the special events side of the business."

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