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UK firm Amey wins Translink shop improvement contract

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From left: Jonathan Moore of the Strategic Investment Board, Translink’s Patrick Anderson, AmeyTPT managing director Deborah Richards and John Quinn, property director

From left: Jonathan Moore of the Strategic Investment Board, Translink’s Patrick Anderson, AmeyTPT managing director Deborah Richards and John Quinn, property director

From left: Jonathan Moore of the Strategic Investment Board, Translink’s Patrick Anderson, AmeyTPT managing director Deborah Richards and John Quinn, property director

A UK firm has won a contract with public transport provider Translink which will include improving the shops at train and bus stations.

AmeyTPT will develop a plan to "improve passenger experience and maximise revenue" for Translink.

The firm's role will include identifying cost efficiencies as well as property management and development advice.

The value of the five-year deal, which started this month, has not been disclosed.

The contract win follows other deals for AmeyTPT in the sector including Transport for London and Virgin Trains.

Translink chief financial officer Patrick Anderson said: "We are looking forward to working with Amey to provide excellent retail facilities at our stations.

Belfast Telegraph