Media regulator Ofcom opts for Charlton House in £1.5m-plus catering deal
Caterer Charlton House has taken a £1.5m-plus Ofcom contract off Compass Group's Restaurant Associates.
Ofcom, the independent regulator and competition authority for the UK's communication industries, has awarded Charlton House a three-year deal to cater for its 900 employees at its corporate headquarters at London's Riverside House.
The contract is worth £570,000 in annual turnover and will be run by 11 staff providing breakfast, lunch and hospitality services.
Judy Roberts, Charlton House business development manager, said: "Our goal is to upgrade the kitchen facilities by Easter and to create a restaurant environment where Ofcom employees can feel comfortable meeting through the day."
Charlton House currently employs 1,750 people and has an annual turnover of £67m.
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By Chris Druce
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