Contractor to serve up destination dining space with unrivalled city views

An award-winning restaurant design and build team has been appointed alongside the main contractor to create a destination dining space at the Royal College of Physicians’ (RCP) new home at The Spine in Liverpool.

Food operator CH&Co has instructed IFSE to deliver the specialist kitchen and dining requirements to provide a bespoke dining experience at the highest point in Liverpool, with some of the finest views across the city, to serve both the conference and events industry and the wider community.

CBRE’s Northern project management and building consultancy team and fit-out specialist Overbury have completed the CAT A and infrastructure works on site enabling IFSE to commence works to install a commercial kitchen for RCP, capable of fine dining and events catering, with completion earmarked for February 2021.

The project will also deliver a ground floor servery section to create a ‘grab and go’ system integrated into the members’ lounge,

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Southwest Airlines adds new Florida beach destination to network

Southwest Airlines is adding service to another popular leisure destination in Florida next year — Sarasota Bradenton International Airport.



a large passenger jet sitting on top of a runway: Southwest Airlines


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Southwest Airlines

This announcement is the latest in a growing trend of destination additions for the Dallas-based carrier as it looks to bulk up service to leisure-heavy locales with business travel not expected to return any time soon.

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The addition of Sarasota to its network will happen in the first quarter of 2021. Besides that fact, Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) was scarce on other details about the service, which was announced in a regulatory filing Thursday morning.

However, Jason Van Eaton, Southwest’s senior vice president of government affairs and real estate confirmed with the Baltimore Business Journal last week that the carrier would offer service between Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and Sarasota — also home to the Orioles’ spring training program

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