What's the future of Central London?
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What’s the future of Central London?

In partnership with the Central London Alliance,¬†IHM held its latest event at The Skyline London, Tower Suites by Blue Orchid Hotels yesterday morning.¬† “Pre pandemic central London provides 7% of all UK jobs, contributes 20% of total business rates, and pays ¬£39-¬£40 billion in tax to be spread across the

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IHM hosts first Urban Living Lite event in London

UK: International Hospitality Media, the publisher of Boutique Hotel News, has hosted the first in a series of limited capacity business networking events. Sponsored by Central London Alliance and held at Blue Orchid Hotels’ new Tower Suites property in the City of London, the event included a discussion about “What’s

Hospitality reacts to UK Plan B measures
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Hospitality reacts to UK Plan B measures

UK: Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that the United Kingdom will move to Plan B following the spread of Omicron in the country.  Some of the new measures include mandatory NHS Covid passes for entry into nightclubs and settings with large crowds, and the compulsory wearing of face masks

Reactions to UK roadmap delay
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Hospitality leaders react to UK roadmap delay

UK: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced yesterday there will be a four week delay in England’s roadmap to recovery. Earlier this year, Johnson unveiled plans for the gradual easing of restrictions in England. A four-step roadmap, spanning several months, would see the nation gradually exit lockdown.¬† Due to the

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Hospitality leaders respond to UK tier system

UK: From 2 December, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has placed most of England into the two toughest levels of measures and hospitality leaders have expressed their views. Tony Matharu, chief executive of the Blue Orchid Hotels Group and director of the Central London Alliance: “Hospitality businesses are already severely impacted