JG&P, Monthly update on Licensing Changes in the UK

Monthly update on Licensing Changes in the UK Newsletter We are seeing increased levels of activity in relation to immigration and the right to work. This is an area where over recent years there has been the introduction of provisions under the umbrella of licensing, so please do ensure that everyone who is employed in… Read More »

UKH, Hospitality at heart of coastal regeneration

Hospitality at heart of coastal regeneration UKHospitality has welcomed the House of Lords Select Committee on Regenerating Seaside Towns report and called on the Government to put hospitality at the centre of efforts to revitalise resort towns. UKHospitality Chief Executive Kate Nicholls gave evidence to the Committee in September 2018. Commenting on the publication of… Read More »

Hotelier Fined £80,000 for Health and Safety Breaches due to Asbestos

  Hotelier Fined £80,000 for Health and Safety Breaches due to Asbestos Carrying out a refurb? Have you checked for Asbestos? A Devon based hoteliers has been sentenced today after materials containing asbestos were disturbed during a major refurbishment at The Park Hotel in Barnstaple. Newton Abbot Magistrates’ Court heard that between October 2016 and… Read More »

Poppleston Allen Monthly News

Poppleston Allen Monthly News Residents Group given permission for the Judicial Review of Hackney council’s licensing policy Council’s decision to implement revised policy to be scrutinised Please click here to read the article in full. Revised tariff fees relating to entertainment with dancing and/or the provision of dance facilities Specially Featured Entertainment tariff fees increasing… Read More »

Essential Reading for anyone with full or part time staff

Essential Reading for anyone with full or part time staff Key employment law changes: April 2019 Essential Reading for anyone with full or part time staff The new financial year starts on Monday and with it comes key changes in employment law such as national minimum wage, pay slip requirements and maternity allowances. We have… Read More »

Fair Maintainable Trade (FMT), Comparables, Reasonably Efficient Operator (REO), Competent Operator.

  Fair Maintainable Trade (FMT), Comparables, Reasonably Efficient Operator (REO), Competent Operator. FMT (Fair Maintainable Trade) and REO  (Reasonably Efficient Operator) as still used by some though undefined, Competent Operator. FMT that obscenely used title for making wildly speculative estimations of a businesses future business, to ensure that the rental levels confirm the freehold investment values to… Read More »

A sorry tale from a genuine Pub Co TAW/Lease.

  A sorry tale from a genuine Pub Co TAW/Lease. My profuse apologies, but my thoughts regarding a TAW with a Pub Co was an intro to running a pub, it would appear that they are now calling their short term leases a Tenant at Will, TAW. Those that take them would appear to be… Read More »

What Security do you have with a Pub Co Tied Lease with Domestic Accommodation?

What Security do you have with a Pub Co Tied Commercial Lease or a TAW with Domestic Accommodation? The answer is very little, if you breach certain terms within your Commercial Lease. The Domestic Accommodation may be rated as domestic, but in virtually all cases it falls within the clauses of a Commercial Lease. With rented… Read More »

A sorry tale about the Pub Code Adjudicator (PCA) and the New Pub Co Legislation and why we cannot recommend taking a Pub Co Tied Lease.

A sorry tale about the Pub Code Adjudicator (PCA) and the New Pub Co Legislation and why we cannot recommend taking a Pub Co Tied Lease or TAW. We have for many years run this web site to make sure that people buying pubs are fully aware of their responsibilities and access is available to… Read More »