All news articles for June 2024

Licensing hub: PopAl advice on gaming machines in pubs (Credit:Getty/SolStock)

LICENSING HUB: LEGAL WITH POPPLESTON ALLEN

PopAl advice on gaming machines

By Elizabeth Varley, trainee solicitor, Poppleston Allen

Licensing solicitors Poppleston Allen has answered operators' questions around gaming machines in pubs.

Disappointed: Interest rates held for seventh consecutive time (Credit:Getty/MicroStockHub)

UKH: rates should be cut as inflation falls

By Rebecca Weller

Trade body UKHospitality (UKH) has shared its “disappointment” at interest rates being held for a seventh consecutive time despite easing inflation.

NTIA demand: Michael Kills fears the UK night-time economy risks falling behind (credit: Getty/Marco_Piunti)

NTIA wants dedicated minister for night-time economy

By Gary Lloyd

The UK must follow the lead of world-leading cities in appointing a night-time economy minister to safeguard the future of nightlife, according to the Night-Time Industries Association (NTIA).

Dish Deconstructed: How to make Venison Tartare from the Black Bull

DISH DECONSTRUCTED

How to make: Venison Tartare

By Rebecca Weller

This week’s Dish Deconstructed showcases a Venison Tartare starter from the Black Bull in Sedbergh, Cumbria.

Pub companies' digital approaches to help tenants understand the pubs code

OPINION

Digital solutions to new tenant information

By Fiona Dickie, pubs code adjudicator

The pubs code adjudicator (PCA) is encouraged by pub company plans to use digital approaches to increase tenant understanding of their pub code rights and provide them with the information they are entitled to under the pubs code.

Summer of cider: how to make your offer sparkle

FEATURE - Cider

FEATURE: Why the garden is a great place for cider

By Fiona Griffiths

Summer has finally arrived (meteorologically speaking at least), and with 63% of people visiting the pub more frequently during the summer months, that means it’s boom time for your business.

Votes are up for grabs: BBPA CEO Emma McClarkin talks about some of the general election manifestos (credit: Getty/Adam Webb)

What will each political party do for pubs?

By Gary Lloyd

With the general election less than three weeks away, political parties have got put forward policies to help the on-trade if they want votes from the sector.

Experts at low & no event on taking advantage of sector

THE LOW & NO PROJECT

How training is key in low & no market

By Gary Lloyd

Getting your staff on board with low & no drinks is vital in claiming your share of a market worth hundreds of millions of pounds.