Rent

Breathing space: the lease forfeiture and debt enforcement moratorium has been extended to 30 September and a code of practice on rent has been published

Moratorium extended as rent code published

By Emily Hawkins

The lease forfeiture and debt enforcement moratorium has been extended into the autumn, meaning pubs continue to be protected from eviction threats.

'Business closing' burden: 'the prospect of coming out of this with considerable debt, largely as a result of substantial rent arrears, doesn’t bear thinking about,' Martin Roper explains

Pub companies must share the pain

By Martin Roper

Multiple operator Martin Roper has found himself caught between four different landlords in the debate on pub rents.

Rent reviews: Options for the negotiation process

Property

Rent reviews: Options for the negotiation process

By Michelle Perrett

So, crunch time has arrived. A new rent has been proposed by your pubco, and you’re not at all happy with the figure. In the second part of this two-part rent review series, Michelle Perrett looks at your options for the crucial negotiation process.

Rent levels bear no relation to MRO

Property advice

Rent levels bear no relation to MRO

By David Morgan

The market rent-only option in the Government’s upcoming pubs code has many in the industry worried. David Morgan at Morgan & Clarke explains more.

Bell: arbitration did not go his way (photo: M Dodds)

Anti-pubco campaigner loses rent case

By John Harrington

Anti-pubco campaigner and Enterprise licensee Mike Bell has failed to get leave to appeal against an arbitration ruling that saw his rent increase by...

Brookers secured a good result in rent review case

What the Brooker pub rent ruling means

By The PMA Team

Enterprise licensees Charles and Leslie Brooker have won a rent review case against the company. The PMA Team looks at the judgement.