Provision of catering services: House of Commons

07 January 2009
Provision of catering services: House of Commons

The House of Commons wishes to invite expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced companies, in the opportunity to develop, fit out and operate a takeaway, made to order, sandwich and coffee outlet within the palace of Westminster.

The outlet will operate in a competitive environment to provide a new service for members of parliament, staff, contractors and others working within this secure premises of the Parliamentary Estate. A wide range of other catering services are provided by the in-house House of Commons Catering & Retails service and the House of Lords refreshment Department. It is expected that the new outlet will operate Mondays-Fridays throughout the year, although potential operators should note that the volumes of business that the volumes of business are likely to be significantly reduced during Parliamentary recesses.

Initial expressions of interest should be submitted by email to
No later than 22 January 2009 at 12pm.

For further information please contact Sue Parr on 020 7219 1369

Visit for an application pack

Email or write to Hays Public Services, 3rd Floor,
1 Southampton Street, London WC2R 0LR. Tel: 0207 520 5990

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