Camilla Topham, co-founder of Distrkt
The market has never felt harder to predict. Early in January on a Tuesday evening I visited a West End foodhall and was astounded by how busy it was.
Two years into the pandemic and two rocky years for the hospitality sector of yo-yoing in and out of restrictions, reaching the pinnacle at the end of 2021 with the well-timed arrival of Omicron (just in time to ruin another Christmas). This resulted in the industry being hit hard during ...
With lockdown easing, the sun shining and the success of the UK vaccine programme, there is optimism in the air for the hospitality sector and this is reflected by a huge increase in market activity, with many agents reporting a significant increase in viewings and offers, and deals starting to ...
The hospitality sector is on its knees. It wrongly bore the brunt of the blame for the spread of Covid-19, which has continued to proliferate in spite of extensive closures. The tiering system has proved a further nightmare, singling out hospitality disproportionately.
Property Week asked leading industry lights to reforecast H2 and beyond in light of Covid-19. In part one, top commercial agency and development figures share their outlooks for a post-lockdown world.
The hospitality industry is a huge part of the UK, both economically and as the backdrop to our memories and experiences. Recent growth has seen our dining scene become one of (if not the!) best in the world.