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Strong as an ox: an in depth look at why Oxford may be the place for you

Regional report

What makes Oxford a good place to own a pub?

By Michelle Perrett

Residence of many operators, including home-grown brewer Brakspear, Oxfordshire offers plenty to the on-trade with a growth in population on the cards.

Rates rise: operators can expect to see another increase in business rates

Pubs face £13m business rates hike

By Nikkie Thatcher

The pub sector could face a rise in business rates of £12.77m thanks to a 1.7% uprating for inflation, real estate experts have warned.

Old York city: an in depth look at why York may be the place for you?

Regional Report

Why own a pub in York?

By Michelle Perrett

York has gone through many changes since the Romans are believed to have founded the city – and statistics show licensed premises numbers have risen during the past 10 years.

Shutting the doors: the Brighton pub is closing for good on Thursday 26 September

Historic pub closing to make way for flats

By Nikkie Thatcher

A Brighton pub is set to close its doors this week (26 September) and flats will be built on the upper floors of the building, its owner Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) has confirmed.

High street closures: Research by PricewaterhouseCoopers found that, on average, a high street store closed its doors for good every 90 minutes in the first half of 2019

Spotlight

How to future-proof the high street pub?

By Stuart Stone

With a swathe of new data revealing the extent to which our town centres are changing, we ask in what way, shape or form can the high street pub survive?

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