Hospitality, Food and Leisure

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Cartmell Shepherd’s specialist Hospitality, Food and Leisure Team provide help and advice across the hospitality industry.
From large hotel and tourism groups, caravan parks, sports clubs, marinas and restaurants to smaller guests houses and B&B’s.

Members of the Team are all listed as experts in their field, be it employment, company commercial or commercial property.

They work directly as a team to deliver tailored, practical and pragmatic solutions to help achieve a client’s commercial goal using up to date technologies paired with a range of innovative pricing options.

All members of the Team have experience in acting on various transactional matters ranging in value from thousands of pounds to multi millions including:

  • Sales and purchases of businesses whether by way of a sale and purchase of the assets or shares
  • Refinancing packages involving a wide range of institutional lenders and Big Lottery and Sports England funding.
  • Business restructures in readiness for sale

In addition to advice on transactional matters we can also advise on a wide range of employment issues including the preparation of employmeny contracts, staff handbooks and policies and also partnership or shareholders’ agreements.

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