Property law

Perfect storm: high streets have been battling rising business rates and many other factors

Insolvency costs to taxpayers rise by 31%

By Nikkie Sutton

Insolvent companies – across all sectors of the British economy – that couldn’t pay their debts, have cost taxpayers £3.07bn in payments to former staff members during the past 10 years.

Push back: Fuller's will not renew the current lease on the famous Coach & Horses pub in Soho (image: Ewan Munro, Flickr)

Coach & Horses opposes 'vanilla managed makeover'

By Emily Hawkins

The licensee behind the famous Coach & Horses pub in Soho has pushed back against Fuller’s intentions to take over the lease, saying regulars “don’t want or need a vanilla managed makeover”.

Business outlook: according to Christie & Co, a total of 47,000 pubs represents a 'sustainable equilibrium'

Closure of 1,000 pubs would create ‘sustainable equilibrium’

By Stuart Stone

According to specialist adviser Christie & Co’s Business Outlook 2019, the past 12 months could serve as a turning point for the British pub industry with more people than ever employed in the sector despite declining pub numbers.

Tech upgrade: how could a 'smart' pub improve economic outcomes for your pub?

Building a ‘smart’ pub

By Stuart Stone

Improvements to efficiency through the introduction of new tech could have a positive impact on a pub’s trading and, ultimately, its market value

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