Center Parcs pushes up occupancy and average rent

09 May 2005 by
Center Parcs pushes up occupancy and average rent

Center Parcs has boosted its like-for-like performance and income in the past year.

The group, which operates four short-break holiday villages in Nottinghamshire, Wiltshire, Suffolk and Cumbria, said today that its key performance indicators had improved on a comparable basis with those reported at the half year.

Center Parcs ended the current year to 22 April 2005 with an occupancy level of 92.4%, up from 91.5% at the half-year point.

Compared with the year to April 2004, rent per villa night had grown by 2.5% and spend per sleeper by 3.8% (both on a like-for-like basis).

The group will unveil its preliminary results on 13 July.

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