Amber Taverns, the fast-growing managed operator of wet-led freehold community pubs, has reported a 3% rise in like-for-like sales for the year to 29 January 2012, as it opened 14 sites across the North of England during the year.
Enterprise Inns has reported a 5% rise in pre-tax profit to £64m in the six months to 31 March on the back of a rise in like-for-like net income in its substantive estate, as it reveals that it has begun talks on refinancing.
Thorley Taverns, the Kent-based operator of 28 pubs, restaurants and hotels, has reported steep losses for the year to 30 June 2011 after incurring an exceptional property impairment charge of almost £1m.
Greene King, the brewer and pub operator, has reported H1 revenues of more than half a billion pounds for the first time, with the managed division and food sales in particular being credited for the growth.
Spirit Pub Company has reported a 5.2% rise in like-for-like sales across its managed estate for the year to 20th August and confirmed that chief executive Ian Dyson will be succeeded by his current deputy Mike Tye on 16th December this year.