Meridian Electrical Limited

Create Food and Party Design
24 Endeavour Way
London SW19

Party catering and organisation of the highest class. From venue sourcing to silver service.

UK Platforms

With depots throughout England, UK Platforms specialise in the hire and rental of access platforms, self-propelled booms, scissor lifts, telehandlers and vertical masts.
Their emphases are innovation and safety and UK Platforms offer a number of IPAF-approved courses in the operation of access equipment which all Meridian staff have attended and successfully completed.

Neilcott Construction Ltd
Excel House
Cray Avenue

Since their establishment in 1967, Neilcott has a proven capability to handle a wide range of construction projects.
Their merger with J.P. Walls (Dublin), has enabled Neilcott to flourish and justly earn a reputation for being able to successfully manage complex and demanding work in the private and public sector.

Josh Wyse, Project Management

Josh Wyse is a project manager specialising in strategic consultancy and business planning.
Over the past 20 years he has overseen the build process for numerous leading brand restaurants, sandwich bars and coffee shops. He is the pivotal link between clients, operations, architects and contractor ensuring projects are completed to time and budget

The Folly Bar
41 Gracechurch Street
London EC3

Restaurant, bar, all day venue. Features a garden lounge and flower shop, hanging chairs and dining at the Chef's table. It also has a private dining room, deli and intimate vaults, making it the perfect place to meet and entertain friends.

Cafe Rouge

With over a hundred sites across the country, Cafe Rouge have been offering delicious food and great wines in wonderfully ambient surroundings since 1989.


Santander, which comprises Abbey National, Alliance and Leicester and Bradford and Bingley, has 1,300 branches in the UK.
March 2011 saw the completion of the rollout of 96 new DATM machines in London and the South East by Merridian in conjunction with Neilcott Construction.

Gourmet Burger Kitchen

Founded by three Kiwis with the goal of taking away the junk food stigma that had become associated with the burger, GBK opened their first restaurant in Battersea back in 2001.
Buns are baked to their own baker's recipe, only the best Aberdeen Angus beef is used in their patties, and their world famous consultant chef Peter Gordon has created a unique range of dishes to tempt every palate (including vegetarians). Add to this a variety of sauces and dips which are made from scratch every day in each branch and you have a recipe for success.

The Saatchi Gallery
The Duke Of York's HQ
Kings Road
London SW3

Thought provoking, world-famous and infamous, the Saatchi moved to the 70,000 square foot Duke of York's headquarters in 2008.
Bringing the best and latest in contemporary art to the widest possible audience, all Saatchi Gallery exhibitions are free to attend.

The Real Greek

With 6 London branches, the Real Greek offer authentic Mediterranean cuisine in relaxed surroundings, with an emphasis on superb customer service and satisfaction.
Their first restaurant opened in Hoxton in 1999 by founder and renowned chef Theodore Kyriakou to rave reviews, going on to win the "Best New London Restaurant" award.
Their most recent branch opened in 2010 at the spectacular new Westfield shopping mall.

12 Upper St Martin's Lane
London WC2H

Established as homage to the faded elegance of the rapidly declining famous Bombay cafes of yesteryear which formed the backdrop to countless films and fuelled the inspiration of writers.