Savills’ head of licensed leisure has warned about the prospect of pub companies selling on properties to avoid granting sites the MRO option.
English food-serving pubs forced to display the Food Standards Agency’s (FSA) hygiene ratings may suffer and those with lower scores will face a negative disadvantage, a trade boss has warned.
The impact of the Licensing Act 2003 legislation on public health will be explored at the House of Lords committee meeting next week
The managing director of Westons Cider, Helen Thomas, has been elected chair of the National Association of Cider Makers (NACM) for the second time in her career.
A pub smaller than snooker table with room for just two people has been unveiled by Asahi Europe brand Meantime Brewery
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The New World Trading Company has seen profit increase by 63% and sales rise by 70%, according to its latest financial figures.
The Coaching Inn Group has also seen turnover grow by a third in the first six months of 2016, the pubco has announced
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