Nottingham

Delegates visited Nottingham

PMA500

PMA500: Six things we learnt

By Emily Sutherland

The PMA’s business club for multiple operators landed in Nottingham last month with a fresh new look - the PMA500. Operators from across the country enjoyed a day of presentations from top industry experts and suppliers, followed by a networking study...

PMA500 Nottingham: the day in pictures

PMA500

PMA500 Nottingham: the day in pictures

By Emily Sutherland

The PMA500 met in Nottingham last week to discuss numerous pressing issues for multiple operators. Here are the best pictures of the day.

MA300 Nottingham: study tour venues revealed

MA300 Nottingham: study tour venues revealed

By Emily Sutherland

This month's MA300 event, which will take place on Wednesday 27 January 2016, is heading to Nottingham, a city whose strong brewing heritage and passion for craft beer has seen a wave of operators setting up shop. For Castle Rock's Lewis Townsend,...

Forget Robin Hood-there's far better reasons to visit Nottingham

MA300

8 reasons why MA300 chose Nottingham

By Emily Sutherland

The MA300 Business Club always has its fingers on the pulse of the most exciting cities for pubs and bars, having recently visited Newcastle, Shoreditch and Manchester. Next up, it’s Nottingham, a city becoming one of the best places to eat and drink...

GK chief Rooney Anand said the company was moving ahead with Spirit integration

Pub Sales

Greene King exchanges on 16-strong pub package

By James Wallin, M&C Allegra Foodservice

Greene King has exchanged contracts on the sale of the 16 pubs it was required to dispose of by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), with the bulk of them going to Star Pubs & Bars.

Nottingham Street Pastors scheme avoids closure

Street Pastors scheme avoids closure

By Helen Gilbert

Nottingham’s Street Pastors scheme has temporarily avoided closure after securing £12,000 funding from the local business community.

JDW wins late night levy appeal

Licensing

JDW wins late night levy appeal

By Ellie Bothwell

JD Wetherspoon has won an appeal against Newcastle City Council’s refusal to allow the company to vary three of its pubs’ hours to avoid paying a late-night levy.