Center Parc chief’s life of leisure pays dividends

The
chairman of holiday villages group Center
Parcs could earn more than
£360,000 this year for a two-day week.

According
to the Daily Telegraph newspaper, since Center Parcs was listed as a public
company five months ago, Martin Robinson earned £133,000, including a £43,000
bonus.

The
company’s annual report lists his annual salary at £225,000, including £55,000
of benefits, including a car allowance, and he is entitled to a bonus of 80 per
cent of basic salary. The report notes Robinson works two days a week for the
group.

By Quentin Reade

 

 

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