Landlord gives Westminster firms boost over discounts to diners

By Julia Gregory

The government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme may have finished but many businesses in Westminster have decided to carry on.

Central London landlord Grosvenor Britain and Ireland is extending the scheme throughout September to give the hospitality industry in Mayfair and Belgravia a boost.

Participating tenants will be offering half price meals, up to the value of £10, every Monday to Wednesday, and will be reimbursed by Grosvenor in the form of reduced rent.

The discount will be removed from diners’ bills and they don’t need vouchers to qualify.


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