Another Reason to avoid taking a Pub Co Tied Lease. “Barrel-dregs”.

Another Reason to avoid taking a Pub Co Tied Lease. The major Pub Co’s have taken a good working system of a Tied Tenancy, that had worked for years, was user friendly and changed it for a Commercial Tied Lease. We’re not saying don’t take a Pub Co Tied Lease, just avoid it for the… Read More »

JG&P, last months Licensing News.

More Affordable Justice?? Court Fees for Lodging Licensing Appeals greatly reduced  On the 25th July 2018, the fees payable to the Court for lodging a Licensing Appeal were much reduced.  Previously the fee was £410.00, but as a result of the change in the law, it now stands at £70.00. Read more here “That’s time… Read More »

More people are reading the articles about avoiding Pub Co Tied Leases. (Barrel-dregs)

  Even more people are reading the articles about avoiding Pub Co Tied Leases at this moment of time. (Barrel-dregs) The fault lies with the Pub Co’s, they are trying to find legal ways not to comply with the New Legislation. The New Legislation was brought in to try and make the industry fairer for… Read More »

JG & Partners. More Affordable Court Fees for Lodging Licensing Appeals

More Affordable Justice?? Court Fees for Lodging Licensing Appeals greatly reduced Posted: 31 Jul 2018 10:05 AM PDT On the 25th July 2018, The Court of Protection, Civil Proceedings and Magistrates Courts Fees ( Amendment ) Order 2018 came into force. This has now greatly reduced the fees payable to the Court for lodging a… Read More »

Home Office toolkit for EU nationals a welcome step forward, says UKH

  Home Office toolkit for EU nationals a welcome step forward, says UKH UKHospitality has welcomed the launch of a Home Office toolkit providing practical advice on how EU citizens can apply for settled status. Government has stated that EU citizens, who are already resident in the UK or move here before 1st January 2021… Read More »

Poppleston Allen, Latest News

  The National Planning Policy Framework July 2018 – Now Includes ‘Agent of Change’ Agent of Change’ Has Arrived – Acoustic Expert Peter Rogers gives his views on the changes included in the National Planning Policy Framework (July 2018) Please click here to read the article in full. Scottish Government consults on introduction of personal… Read More »

Would you buy a Pub Co Tied Lease? Not Likely, Read On. (Barrel Dregs)

  Would you buy a Pub Co Tied Lease? Not Likely, Read On. (Barrel Dregs) One of the biggest problems in the Pub Co Tied Lease Sector is that you have two factions in the Industry, you have Pub Co’s and all their supportive companies and so called specialists, the other faction are the lessees,… Read More »

Inland Revenue and Rates, (Barrel-dregs)

  Inland Revenue and Rates, (Barrel-dregs) I have had a number of discussions with the Inland Revenue Valuation Service, most have been successful apart from one, which the Valuer that I spoke to refused to meet me and discuss the problem and said his decision was final. The other Valuers were far higher up the… Read More »

JG&P, Welcome to our July Licensing Update

  Welcome to our July Licensing Update What a start to July, hopefully sales have been soaring as high as the temperatures. Fingers crossed for Wednesday evening. #isitcominghome On to the news, as posted to our website in the past month or so…   PPL consultation on Specially Featured Entertainment (SFE) tariff The music licensing… Read More »

UKHospitality respond to PCA anonymity waiver

   BII & UKHospitality respond to PCA anonymity waiver The British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) and UKHospitality have responded to the announcement that pub companies subject to the Pubs Code have offered to waive anonymity in arbitration decisions. Mike Clist, BII Chief Executive said: “We welcome the decision of the six pub companies that have… Read More »