Licensing law

Pub gardens and licensing laws, beer, legal

Need to know: pub beer gardens and licensing laws

By Poppleston Allen

The pub garden, be it a grassed expanse, an inner city stone flagged sanctum or an elaborately planted feast for the eyes, is always a much sought-after idyll for a drink or a meal.

Outside in: organise events to maximise outdoor spaces

Making the most of the hot weather

By Poppleston Allen

It is fair to say that the prolonged period of hot weather has taken us all by surprise, lasting much longer than the usual couple of weeks of sunshine we usually experience during the
summer.

TENs and converting space: The latest legal Q&A from specialist licensing solicitors Poppleston Allen looks at temporary event notices (TENs) and space conversion.

Legal Q&A: TENs and converting space

By Poppleston Allen

The latest legal Q&A from specialist licensing solicitors Poppleston Allen looks at temporary event notices (TENs) and space conversion.

Conditions: Check your licensing regarding whether children are allowed in your premises.

Family matters at licensed premises

By Poppleston Allen

The summer holidays are fast approaching and you may notice an increase in the number of families coming into your premises with children. It is important that staff are trained in relation to the presence of children and your responsibilities under the...

Sports betting: It is an offence under the Gambling Act 2005 to allow, cause or permit your pub to be used to provide facilities for betting.

Sports betting: It’s not worth gambling with your licence

By Poppleston Allen

We are a nation of punters. No doubt some of you reading this will have put a bet on a horse running in the Grand National or at Cheltenham or, more recently at Ascot, or on a team to win the World Cup in Russia (although hopefully not Saudi Arabia!).