Temporary kitchens and FoodCubes from PKL
If you need to cater for anything, PKL has a solution. From marquee kitchens to feed 100 people upwards to the FoodCube – a permanent, modular ‘kitchen in a box’. The company also has over 9,000 catering items available for hire.
Health and safety is a number one priority, and PKL fully complies with all health and safety and food hygiene standards. Its products and service are fully CDM Regulations compliant, which means they comply with the very latest event health and safety legislation.
Key features of these kitchen units include structural steel construction, non-combustible wall panels with a foodsafe steel skin, and sturdy, BS7976 compliant low-slip coved flooring. Each kitchen also has a full length extraction canopy with built-in fire suppression and gas interlock systems.
Expert advice on rural development and diversification from Bidwells
We have always enjoyed the opportunity to hear the experts from the rural development and diversification (RDD) team at Bidwells talk on the seminar circuit. They are back again at the Farm Business Innovation Show (8-9 November, NEC Birmingham) with valuable information on diversification options and paths to success for land and estate owners, and how to make listed buildings and heritage assets viable.
I am sure most readers would be interested in how to maximise the capital value and net income of their farm, land or estate. Bidwells is happy to talk through projects where it has obtained challenging and unusual planning consents, sourced and secured funding, and seen a variety of development options through to completion, including property redevelopment and diversification into weddings and events, visitor attractions and glamping.
If you are visiting the Farm Business Show makes sure to pop along to Stand 270 and say hello to the Bidwells team.
Impartial advice for landowners and rural businesses from the CLA
If you own land or property and have a desire to diversify, it is absolutely worth talking to the CLA about how to plan, fund, manage and protect your business.
The CLA is the membership organisation for owners of land, property and businesses in rural England and Wales, and its in-house professional advisory team offers independent and impartial advice on every aspect of landownership and diversification. It also promotes members’ interests to ensure the positive development of the rural economy by lobbying for influence in the media and with government.
Many readers will already have benefited from the CLA’s knowledge through its comprehensive seminar programmes at both the Glamping Show and the Farm Business Innovation Show – topics covered include grants and funding, planning permission, succession planning, and taxation for landowners.
Country Land & Business Association (CLA)
020 7235 0511