Charlie Mullins

Boffins living in a dream world with 2025 gas boiler ban idea, says Charlie Mullins

Pimlico Plumbers founder Charlie Mullins OBE has hit out at proposals from the International Energy Agency (IEA) for an all-out ban on new gas boilers from 2025.  According to a new report from the IEA, all new fossil fuel boilers need to be introduced in the next four years if the world can achieve net […]

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“Giving tradespeople the vaccine is next step towards preventing further spread of COVID-19” – Says Charlie Mullins OBE

Giving tradespeople the vacine is the next step towards preventing the spread of COVID-19, according to Pimlico Plumbers Chairman Charlie Mullins OBE. Charlie is encouraging the government to add professions that rely on workers entering homes and businesses premises to the COVID-19 vaccine priority list. He believes that those employed in essential services, which come […]

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Pimlico Plumbers maintains strong performance and profits during pandemic

Pimlico Plumbers, the UK’s largest independent home services company, delivered an increase in its pre-tax profits in its latest financial year, defying the potential impact of the early months of the coronavirus pandemic. The central London-based company achieved turnover of £43.27 million for the 12 months to 31 May 2020.  This is compared to £44.84 […]

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Pimlico Plumbers announces plans for Apprenticeship Training Centre to help over 350 apprentices get into the industry

Charlie Mullins, founder and CEO of Pimlico Plumbers has announced plans to open a dedicated training academy to realise his ambition of employing hundreds of apprentices. The announcement coincides with the induction of the latest tranche of eight new plumbing and heating trainees, who join the company this week, taking the total number of apprentices […]

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Plumber wins Supreme Court workers' rights battle against Pimlico Plumbers

Plumber Gary Smith has won a Supreme Court legal battle against Pimlico Plumbers over his employment rights. The five Supreme Court judges, who heard the appeal in February, found in favour of Mr Smith’s claim that he should be entitled to worker’s rights including holiday and sick pay. Smith worked solely for the London-based firm between 25 August […]

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