Buckinghamshire

Thrown out: Raymond Blanc's plans for new pub refused by council (image: Google Maps)

Raymond Blanc's latest pub plans refused

By Nicholas Robinson

Raymond Blanc’s White Brasserie Company has had development plans for the historic King's Head pub in Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire, refused by the local council.

New pub plans: if accepted, the disused pub will replaced (Image: Google Maps)

Action group 'on the verge' of regaining pub

By Fred A'Court

Villagers may be on the verge of getting their pub back after a 14-year battle involving a brewery, their local MP, a five-day public enquiry and council planning officers.

CAMRA calls for ACV protections to apply to all pubs

CAMRA calls for ACV protections to apply to all pubs

By Oli Gross

The Campaign for Real Ale has called for planning protections given to assets of community value (ACV) to apply to all pubs, after latest figures showed 1,500 venues now hold the status.

The Missoula concept is working well, says Stonegate chief executive Toby Smith

Missoula ‘bias’ in Stonegate site conversions

By John Harrington

Stonegate’s conversions of its Living Room sites will have a “bias” towards Missoula, the group’s new US-inspired venture, according to chief executive Toby Smith.

Late-night levy: Milton Keynes has rejected implementing a late-night levy

Milton Keynes rejects late-night levy

By Gurjit Degun

Pubs, clubs and bars in Milton Keynes may not be subject to paying a late-night levy, after the licensing sub-committee recommended that such a fee should not be adopted.

Thomas: first Greene Room open

First Greene Room for No Saints

By Mark Wingett, M&C Report

No Saints, the bar and restaurant group run by ex-Luminar boss Stephen Thomas opened its first site under its cabaret concept — the Greene Room —...

Charles Wells: six pubs for sale

Charles Wells puts six pubs on market

By Mark Wingett, M&C Report

Bedfordshire brewer and pub operator Charles Wells has placed a portfolio of six freeholds on the market. The sale of the pubs is understood to be...