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HEADLINE HITTERS NORTHAMPTON SAINTS EXTEND LEVY UK DEAL


Levy UK has extended its partnership deal with Northampton Saints Rugby Club until 2025.


The extended contract will see the sports stadia hospitality firm continue to be the official food and hospitality partners at the Franklin’s Gardens stadium.


The company will enhance the supporter experience at the 15,000-capacity stadium through the development of new culinary and lifestyle offerings, including new bespoke retail brands offering


more plant-based menus across concession outlets and exclusive hospitality areas for non-match days.


Fans will also benefit from an investment into the stadiums technology infrastructure which will see the roll-out of new and future proofed systems to improve speed of service and create a cashless environment.


Supporter feedback remains central to the relationship and Levy UK will continue to support with ongoing innovations such as the launch of the


CHURCHILL AWARDED FIRST INTERNATIONAL DEAL


Churchill has been awarded its first multi-national deal in the hospitality sector, which sees the support services provider branch into the US and EMEA markets.


Brought in to support a leading market disrupter within the hospitality industry, the year-long contract is with Cati, Churchill’s online building compliance management solution.


Cati’s digital interface will help the client to streamline their building and business critical compliance across their international property portfolio. By utilising automated real-time reminders, audit trails and remedial management, Cati will act as a one-stop solution for the client’s compliance and monitoring needs. Cati will allow the client’s staff to keep on top of renewals and remedials, allowing more time and capacity to focus on the work in hand, ensuring smooth-running maintenance of all their hotels across the globe.


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Tunnel Club, a first-class hospitality experience allowing supporters the chance to enter the inner sanctum of the stadium, getting up close to the players before they enter the field of play.


Mark Darbon, Chief Executive at Northampton Saints, commented: “Levy UK has an unparalleled level of expertise and experience in delivering outstanding catering and hospitality at some of the country’s biggest and best venues, and we’re confident that they will continue to have a positive impact at Franklin’s Gardens.”


RICS LAUNCHES SOCIAL IMPACT AWARDS


The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has launched a new awards programme. Entries are being sought for the RICS Social Impact Awards, which recognise the positive and transformational contribution that the built environment has on people’s lives across the UK.


The RICS Social Impact Awards assess the human, social and environmental impact, and the innovation and collaboration, that has gone into development and infrastructure projects in the Commercial, Education, Healthcare, Heritage, Infrastructure, Land & Rural, Leisure, Residential and Student Accommodation sectors.


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