LEGAL | Staff Reporter, UK

Pizza Hut Restaurants to shut 29 sites after securing CVA agreement

A further 215 outlets will keep trading.

Pizza Hut Restaurants, the UK dine-in franchise business of the global pizza brand, will shut 29 of its stores, with 450 jobs at risk.

This comes after it agreed a reduction in rent and bills with its landlords and other creditors through a company voluntary arrangement (CVA).

The CVA will not affect Pizza Hut’s delivery operations, which are operated separately.

A further 215 outlets of Pizza Hut Restaurants will keep trading, saving 5,000 jobs.

“Our focus is now ‘business as usual’ supporting all of our team members and continuing to provide a Covid-safe restaurant experience for our guests,” a spokesperson for Pizza Hut Restaurants said/

Below are the list of Pizza Hut Restaurants stores expected to close:

– Basingstoke Retail Park
– Brighton City Centre
– Bury St Edmunds
– Cambridge, Regent Street
– Cardiff, Culverhouse Cross
– Chelmsford, Moulsham Street
– Croydon, North End
– Cumbernauld
– Dunstable
– Glasgow, Great Western Retail Park
– Grantham
– Gravesend
– Huddersfield, John William Street
– Leicester, Haymarket
– London, Leyton Mill
– London, Stratford
– Maidenhead
– Maidstone
– Newcastle-under-Lyme
– Oxford
– Plymouth Royal Parade
– Salisbury
– Scarborough
– Sheffield, High Street
– Sheffield, Penistone Road
– Stafford
– Thornton Cleveleys
– Weston-Super-Mare
– Worcester

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