Commercial catering concession, Greenwich Park, London

14 December 2012
Commercial catering concession, Greenwich Park, London

The Royal Parks Agency is responsible for the management of London's eight Royal Parks, offering peaceful enjoyment, recreation, entertainment and delight to those who use them. The catering facilities are an intrinsic part of the visitor experience and maintenance of high standards of food and customer service are a priority for the Agency.

The catering facilities in Greenwich Park comprise a restaurant and a café which operate year-round together with three kiosks. The combined turnover is in excess of £1 million per annum.

The Royal Parks invites expressions of interest from companies interested in operating the catering services in Greenwich Park. Applying companies will be able to demonstrate high operational standards in similar commercial environments and will have an annual turnover in excess of £3 million. A five year license will be let commencing November 2013, in exchange for a turnover based concession fee.

For an information pack and pre-qualification questionnaire, please contact Rabia Rehman, The Royal Parks, The Old Police House, Hyde Park, London W2 2UH (e-mail: The deadline for receipt of expressions of interest is Friday 11th January 2013.

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