Guy's and St Thomas':Opportunity to deliver retail catering services

13 March 2008
Guy's and St Thomas':Opportunity to deliver retail catering services

A unique opportunity to deliver first class retail services.

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation trust is offering a number of commercial support opportunities to vibrant, enthusiastic and experienced operators. as part of a considerable investment programmer, the trust is improving the retail catering provision in both St Thomas' and Guy's buildings

St Thomas'

  • Ground Floor Catering Unit (Deli/Café) circa 120 seats

  • Ground Floor Catering Unit (Healthy Eating/Nutrition) circa 60 seats

These catering units will form part of a proposed ‘Retail Mall', including two well-known high street retailers and the busy main reception.

Guy's

  • Ground Floor Self-Service Restaurant circa 200 seats

  • Self-contained external catering/retail unit

  • Retail trolley to the wards

Investment in fitting out back and front-of-house areas service counters and furniture for most units will be required from the successful operator.

These units may be let individually or in groups.

The redevelopment is scheduled for completion in late 2009.

To be part of this exciting opportunity, please express your interest in receiving a pre-qualification questionare and information pack to:

Josie Britton, The Peter Burholt Partnership
The Old Parlour, Randolph's Farm, Hurstpierpoint, west Sussex, BN6 9EL
Tel: 01273835560 or email: jbritton@peterburholt.com

Closing date for expressions of interest is Friday 28th March 2008

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