House Of Lords

Questions: The NTIA and Deltic Group are representing the late-night sector at the review


Night Tube and Fabric up for discussion at Licensing Act review

By Liam Coleman

Creating a night-time economy that suits local residents, the Night Tube's impact on London and the effect of pre-loading on crime are all up for discussion at the next session of the House of Lords review of the 2003 Licensing Act.

Licensing: Poppleston Allen were witness for the legal experts panel at the House of Lords select committee review into the 2003 Licensing Act

Licensing Act 2003

Legal analysis: expert opinion sought by Lords

By Poppleston Allen

Legal experts Poppleston Allen reveal some of the questions asked at the panel session held at the House of Lords select committee this month (November).

Signed up: pubs minister Andrew Percy

British Pub Week

MPs show support for British Pub Week

By Liam Coleman

Pro-pub politicians have been showing their support for the great British pub at a British Pub Week event in central London.

What pubs need from the Licensing Act inquiry

House of Lords Licensing inquiry

What pubs need from the Licensing Act inquiry

By Oli Gross

As the House of Lords Select Committee inquiry on the Licensing Act 2003 continues today, industry bodies called for stability in the system and a focus on reducing the cost and burden of enforcement.

The pubco says tenants should go to trade bodies to learn how the code and MRO option could affect them


Punch: Tenants should go to trade bodies for MRO advice - not us

By Emily Sutherland

Punch has urged tenants not to turn to their Punch Development Managers (PDMs) for advice on the pubs code and instead consult independent trade bodies like the British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR)...