NORTH WEST CATERING COMPANY MOVES EAST DUE TO WINNING FORMULA

NORTH WEST CATERING COMPANY MOVES EAST DUE TO WINNING FORMULA

 

A North West-based catering company has moved east and opened a bistro within the recently refurbished Cargo Fleet Offices due to a winning partnership with commercial regeneration specialists Python Properties.
 
Chef Paul Slater and business partner Vicky Loveatt of Heaven Scent catering have opened their second bistro, the Coffee Shop @ Cargo Fleet Offices in partnership with Python Properties due to the success of the first café in the commercial developer’s scheme in Warrington.
 
Paul and Vicky have opened the bistro in Cargo Fleet Offices, which has recently reopened following a £1.5m regeneration project to transform the historic landmark into prestigious business premises. 
 
They opened their first bistro within The Gallery @ Bank Quay House, in Warrington, more than 12 months ago. Within only a few months of being in the building the bistro had tripled the turnover of the previous café operator and was also awarded an award for their renowned breakfast.
 
“When Martin and Peter from Python first told me about their plans to regenerate Cargo Fleet Offices I jumped at the chance to open another bistro with them. I could see the potential instantly and relished the opportunity to open a bistro in a new region,” said Paul. 
 
“Since opening less than a month ago the business and foot-traffic has continued to increase week-on-week.”
 
The bistro, which is open 8am 3pm weekdays, is open to tenants within Cargo Fleet Offices and also to the public. A range of refreshments and food is available, including pizzas, omelettes, sandwiches, tortillas and their award-winning breakfast.
 
The bistro is placed within the Heritage Gallery in the building and is available for networking events and conferences.
 
Peter Broome said: “We are delighted that Paul and Vicky have come on board and opened another bistro in one of our properties. We have found that having a contemporary bistro within the Hertigage Gallery is a fantastic way of bringing people into the premises. 
 
“With Paul and Vicky, we have created a great meeting place for business people and somewhere the public can come and see the results of the regeneration project.” 
 
The three-story Edwardian building, which was originally built by Cargo Fleet Iron Company in 1916, was formerly the headquarters of British Steel Teesside and then subsequently Redcar and Cleveland Council.
 
For further information about Cargo Fleet Offices or to organise an event within the Heritage Gallery please contact Martin Johnson or Peter Broome at Python Properties on 01642 225100 or visit www.pythonproperties.co.uk.
 
 
 

     Good quality accommodation at affordable prices. Python are leading this charge at the centre of town. Martin & Peter really do represent the best ends of the Landlords that are available in the Tees Valley they really have the Tees Valley and its interests at heart. I think they are real future thinkers about the way they think about developing a certain property in the town

Mark Elliott (Director)
DigitalCity, Middlesbrough

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