Outraged campaigners claim pubs code 'still not ready'

Pubs code

Outraged campaigners claim pubs code 'still not ready'

By Oli Gross

Pubs code campaigners are outraged at the announced consultation into how the Pubs Code Adjudicator (PCA) will investigate breaches of the code, claiming the legislation is still effectively ‘not ready’.

The Home Office has told councils they can consider staggered opening hours

Government u-turn on pub closing times

By James Wallin

New Government guidance has told councils they can consider zoning and staggering closing times, despite expressly advising against the policies 10 years earlier

BBPA issues advice in wake of riots

Riots: Take advice from police and pubwatch

By Michelle Perrett

The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has advised pubs to take advice from police and speak to their local pubwatch when dealing with the escalating rioting.

ID checks: new guidance

New guidance for pub ID checks

By John Harrington

The Home Office has released guidance to help pubs and doorstaff spot and deal with ID that's used fraudulently to buy alcohol. The 44-page...

RICS: new valuation guidance

RICS pub valuation guide finalised

By Ewan Turney

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has published its final guidance on pub valuations, which offers some hope to tenants who feel they pay too much rent, although concerns have been raised about some sections.

Government: urging extra policing of pubs

World Cup pub crackdown

By John Harrington

The Government has urged police to increase enforcement of pubs before and during the World Cup, the Morning Advertiser can reveal. Random and...