Harbour & Jones increases its share of city market with LSE win

04 November 2011 by
Harbour & Jones increases its share of city market with LSE win

Harbour & Jones has bagged a new catering deal at the London Stock Exchange from Compass Group's Restaurant Associates.

It is believed to be a three-year contract to provide catering and hospitality services at the site worth around £750,000 a year.

The London Stock Exchange, located in Paternoster Square near St Paul's Cathedral - another Harbour & Jones contract - is a multi-tenanted building, with space let to a number of associated businesses.

Around 1,000 people will have access to the staff dining facilities and all the companies housed at the site can benefit from H&J's hospitality services.

Harbour & Jones declined to comment

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