Mexican chain Barburrito instructs consultancy to triple number of restaurants
The appointment followed the firm’s successful rebranding of the Piccadilly Gardens outlet in Manchester.
Barburrito’s expansion plans are set to create 250 jobs thanks to an equity investment of £3.25 million from the Business Growth Fund, set up by the UK's biggest banks to support fast-growing companies.
The operators says it will use the investment to triple its total number of restaurants in the UK over the next three years.
Following the initial scheme, Edmond Shipway’s involvement was extended to the management and co-ordination of four current live stores each between 600 and 2000 sq ft, including; two projects in central London locations, two units in other major cities and two further outlets currently in the development phase.
Commenting on the programme, David Stevenson, managing director for Edmond Shipway said: “We are delighted to be able to facilitate the expansion of the well-known north west based Barburrito chain into London and across the UK.
“Having successfully completed the Piccadilly scheme on time and to budget we are confident that the new roll out will follow the same pattern of success.”