All news articles for November 06, 2017

 “Thorny issue”: Many tenants don't have sufficient funds to keep investing in their property

State of affairs: The cost of dilapidation

By Michelle Perrett

Licensees need to be aware of the potentially huge costs of dilapidations but, if maintenance and upkeep of a site is taken care of regularly, there should be little reason to be overly concerned

Wages: men are paid on average more than women

Men paid 14p an hour more than women

By Michelle Perrett

Male workers in the hospitality sector are paid more per hour than women, research from software company Fourth has revealed.

Final call: CAMRA announced the four finalists for their annual Pub of the Year award

CAMRA names the UK’s best four pubs

By Stuart Stone

Two rival pubs from the north-west – Wigan Central, Wigan and the Cricketers, St Helens – were nominated alongside Weavers Real Ale House, a one-room micro pub near Kidderminster, and the Stanford Arms in Lowestoft, which has been nominated for the second...

Pints sales down: worrying sales figures

Worrying 35m pint drop in beer sales

By Nicholas Robinson

Sales of beer in pubs have suffered a worrying drop, the worst performance in five years, for the third quarter of 2017.