Paul Heathcotes looks to the future with new sites and refurbishment of existing restaurants

27 June 2007 by
Paul Heathcotes looks to the future with new sites and refurbishment of existing restaurants

Northern chef/restaurateur Paul Heathcote is spending £3m on three new restaurants and the refurbishment of his existing restaurant portfolio.

Heathcotes, the chef's company, is to open a new site in Manchester's city centre as well as in Clitheroe and Cheadle Hulme, both in Lancashire.

It will bring the chef's mini-empire to 15 restaurants in the North of England, employing around 750 staff.

Heathcote said: "We have expanded gradually over the last 16 years since I opened my first restaurant in Longridge. However, the time is now ripe to step things up a gear."

The gradual refurbishment of the existing restaurant portfolio is scheduled to run up until the end of next year.

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