Pimlico Plumbers

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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Charlie Mullins announces plans to run for Mayor of London

Charlie Mullins, one of the most recognisable plumbers in the UK, has announced his plans to run for Mayor of London as an independent candidate. Mullins left school with no qualifications at 15 before launching his hugely successful Pimlico Plumbers business, and says he plans to put jobs at the heart of his campaign. https://twitter.com/PimlicoPlumbers/status/950781529634033665 Writing for his […]

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Apprentice gets new role at Pimlico Plumbers thanks to #PickMeCharlie social media campaign

Pimlico Plumbers’ has chosen the winner of its social media competition to find its next apprentice, from hundreds of applications living in and around the London area. Winner Lee Morrison, 18 from Camberwell, south-east London, convinced CEO Charlie Mullins that he was the best #PickMeCharlie applicant, through his post on Facebook. In his entry for […]

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Pimlico Plumbers spending £500,000 to expand its HQ

Pimlico Plumbers has embarked on a £500,000 construction project to increase capacity at its central London headquarters. The company is adding an additional storey to Pimlico House in Lambeth to create a further 10,000 square feet of space, which will enable the company to expand key departments across the business including the call centre and […]

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Court of Appeal sides with Plumber in workers' rights battle against Pimlico Plumbers

Plumber Gary Smith has won a legal battle against Pimlico Plumbers, over his past employment status with the company. Smith carried out plumbing work for Pimlico Plumbers between 25 August 2005 and 28 April 2011, but following a heart attack in January 2011 he wanted to reduce his working week from five days to three. Smith claimed […]

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