The Member of Parliament for Nottingham East, Chris Leslie, toured Domestic & General’s recently refurbished Nottingham call centre on Friday 27 April, and met with the company’s CEO, Ian Mason.

D&G, the market leading appliance care specialist in the UK, has invested £3.4 million in the refurbishment of its Nottingham call centre on Talbot Street, which employs over 700 people and reopened in December 2017.

Commenting on the visit Chris Leslie MP said: "Thank you to D&G in Nottingham for letting me look around and learn about their appliance protection call centre; great to have such a strong customer service skills base in our city."

Ian Mason, CEO of Domestic & General, added: "We take great pride in being one of the largest employers in Nottingham and look forward to growing our colleague base from across the local area. We were delighted to renew our commitment to Nottingham with the opening of our new call centre facility."



For additional photography, please contact:
Andrew Freedman – Maitland
0207 379 5151


Established over 100 years ago, D&G is a leading provider of appliance care in the UK with a growing presence overseas. We give our customers peace of mind and remove the hassle by repairing or replacing appliances when they develop a fault.

With over 2000 employees operating from four offices across the UK D&G cares for over 22 million appliances providing support to 16.3 million people.

In addition to the UK, D&G operates in Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal and Australia. Find out more about D&G at


CAPTION: Ian Mason, CEO of Domestic & General, talks to Chris Leslie, MP for Nottingham East at the company’s recently reopened call centre on Talbot Street, Nottingham.