London Borough of Hackney, Catering Opportunity in Grade II\* listed Clissold House, Stoke Newington

07 February 2011 by
London Borough of Hackney, Catering Opportunity in Grade II* listed Clissold House, Stoke Newington

The London Borough of Hackney seeks expressions of interest from caterers with turnover in excess of £1million per annum for the operation of a new café in the recently restored Grade II listed Clissold House.

Set in the grounds of Clissold Park, Clissold House provides a stunning setting for this café which the Council is keen to operate with the highest standards. The appointed operator will also manage the Pump House kiosk in Clissold Park and may have the opportunity to cater for functions within the House; the ability to cater for functions and events of 20-200 people will therefore need to be evidenced.

The appointed company will need to demonstrate thorough experience and reference sites the ability to operate other successful café concepts with turnover in excess of £500,000.

The five year lease, which will be awarded following competitive tender, will commence in summer 2011. The appointed company may be required to make a capital contribution towards the café fit out.

Initial expressions of interest should be directed to: Fiona Boyd-Thorpe Boyd-Thorpe Associates PO Box 48, Henley-on-Thames Oxfordshire RG9 3YX 01491 411735 or by email Catering Opportunity in stunning Grade II* listed Clissold House, in the heart of Stoke Newington Closing date for the pre qualification documentation is 3 March 2011

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