HU Representation

When you need help dealing with difficult situations involving statutory bodies like PSNI and Local Authorities or public service providers like NI Water, Hospitality Ulster is here to help you and your business.

 

• LOCAL representation on individual issues for individual members
• MEDIATION with the authorities on disputed licensing issues
• SUPPORT in disputes with local councils i.e. health & licensing
• REPRESENTATION at local council committee hearings
• NEGOTIATION with utility suppliers like water, electricity and gas
• DISPUTES – Representation in supplier and pricing issues
• A POSITIVE VOICE promoting your business

 

To get in touch with Hospitality Ulster:

Call: 02890327578
Text: 07746349129
Email: enquiries@hospitalityulster.org
Post: 91 University Street, Belfast, BT7 1HP
Tweet: @HospUlster
Facebook: search 'Hospitality Ulster'

 

 

 

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