Make Some Noise: "We appealed against 'barely audible' condition and it was tightened to 'inaudible'"
An Isle of Wight publican has hit out at his local council forcing music in his bar to be “inaudible”, after he appealed against an existing condition on his licence.
Spirits are part of the answer to a vibrant and profitable on-trade, yet many pubs are missing out on their potential, according to Miles Beale, chief executive of the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA).
Arkell’s has brewed a new commemorative beer for the Royal British Legion as part of the WWI 100th anniversary this year.
New lettings can often lack transparency and are not representative of the “true market” Fleurets, the leisure property specialist has warned lessees.
Hawthorn Leisure, the May Capital-backed group, has completed the acquisition of Nectar Taverns, the operator of 25 pubs in the north west, in a deal understood to be valued at £10m.
Suffolk publicans are concerned about a drop in trade due to flooding, as the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo sweeps across the region.
The increasing strength of the property market in London has led to the completion of three deals with a combined value of just under £90m.
The Government’s proposals to relax live music licensing laws for pubs are set to come into effect next Spring.
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