Proof of Age Standards Scheme, launches a new design to reflect support from the National Police Chiefs’ Council

Proof of Age Standards Scheme press notice  Police on the cards for licensees and door staff From tomorrow (Wednesday 17 January 2018) PASS (Proof of Age Standards Scheme) launches a new design to reflect support from the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) whose logo is now shown on the cards.  The card also displays the… Read More »

MP backing of the Planning (Agent of Change) Bill is music to the ears of venues, PA Assocs

MP backing of the Planning (Agent of Change) Bill is music to the ears of venues “On Wednesday 10th January 2018 the Planning (Agent of Change) Bill, which is a Private Members Bill, had its first reading in the House of Commons. Rt Hon John Spellar (MP) said that the Bill is “…designed to protect… Read More »

ALMR, Environmental issues, possible Bath tourist tax and other.

Collaboration key to tackling environmental issues The ALMR today welcomed the Government’s acknowledgement of the hospitality sector’s innovative measures to reduce the environmental impacts of its operations. Following the Prime Minister’s launch of the Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan, the association also committed to promoting further good practice across hospitality, though warned that consumer behaviour,… Read More »

Alcohol to be ‘grounded’ at Airports? Government to Consider Licensing Restrictions

Short changed on a coffee? Posted: 11 Jan 2018 03:00 AM PST In case of passing interest; It is being reported from the USA that a class-action lawsuit accusing Starbucks of under filling lattes has been thrown out by a judge in Oakland, California. The US district judge found insufficient evidence that Starbucks cheated customers… Read More »