Tavern

Disappointed: Kerridge is upset that plans for a restaurant in London have fallen through

Tom Kerridge's London restaurant plans scrapped

By Nikkie Sutton

The Michelin-starred chef-patron of the Hand & Flowers and the Coach, both in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, Tom Kerridge, will not now be opening a restaurant at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower in Knightsbridge, west London.

Glendola Leisure purchases Handmade Pubs

Glendola Leisure purchases Handmade Pubs

By Georgina Townshend

Glendola Leisure has said it is "delighted to announce" its purchase of Handmade Pubs, and is "proud" to add its two London pubs, the Fox in Shoreditch and the Lansdowne, Primrose Hill, to its portfolio of businesses.

Sales slow down: managed pubs have suffered recently

Managed pub, bar and restaurant sales slow down

By James Beeson

Like-for-like sales in Britain’s pub, bar and restaurant groups were ahead just 0.2% nationally compared to last August, according to the latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker.

Marston's: Ralph Findlay says changes make a

Peter Dalzell to leave Marston's

By Michelle Perrett

Peter Dalzell is to step down from his role as managing director of Marston’s Inns and Taverns, and from the board, on 29 September.

Pubs for sale February 2017 roundup of the best

Best of the pubs on the market

By Liam Coleman

The only thatched pub in Northumberland and a striking 16th century inn in Wales are amongst our monthly roundup of the best pubs available.

Big pubco: the Waldegrave Arms in East Harptree, Somerset, is one of 850 Admiral Taverns-owned pubs

Admiral Taverns targets new publicans

By Helen Gilbert

Admiral Taverns is holding a series of open days in a bit to attract new and existing licensees interested in running a pub.