Association Of Licensed Multiple Retailers

Tip the balance in favour of our sector

Tip the balance in favour of our sector

By Ed Bedington

The issue of tipping has hit the headlines this week, and it’s good to see that the likes of the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers has made a move to announce it is revising its code.

Clear-up operation: the aftermath of the riots in Ealing, west London

Riots: Trade associations called to riot meeting

By Michelle Perrett

Trade associations were called to a crunch meeting with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and the Metropolitan Police over the effect of the rioting across the UK, yesterday.

Bish concerned about costs

Licence fees could add 13p to a pint

By Michelle Perrett

Government plans to reform the system for setting alcohol licence fees could add the equivalent of 13p to a pint of beer, claims the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR).

Bish: Award has results

Enter ALMR ops managers awards now

By John Harrington

The Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers has issued a call for more entries for its Operations Managers Awards.

Beer with food: a match made in heaven

Beer is best match for food

By Ewan Turney

Beer is the best match for food — that is according to Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers delegates at its Autumn debate.

Alistair Darling: Mulling over stamp duty plans

Pubs forgotten in stamp-duty plan

By Paul Collins

The licensed property trade is being cold-shouldered by the Chancellor after he hinted at plans to suspend stamp-duty charges in the residential sector.

ALMR supports LTC at Christmas bash

ALMR supports LTC at Christmas bash

The Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers has once again agreed to raise money for the Licensed Trade Charity at its Christmas lunch. Those...

Ban cheap supermarket booze

Ban cheap supermarket booze

The Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers has launched a major new campaign calling for tough action on cheap supermarket booze. During the last...