Category Archives: Pub Advisory Service (PAS)

Buying a Pub, Bistro, Licensed Premises and other useful Information

“The Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub, Bistro, Licensed Premises.” The Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub is now available to purchase as an ebook through www.smashwords.com. for $5.99 or UK equivalent approximately £4.30, depending on the exchange rate. In addition you can read some the book by clicking on the Link below,… Read More »

Pub Co Tied Leases, Family Brewers Tied Tenancies, the difference.

Pub Co Tied Leases, Family Brewers Tied Tenancies, the difference.   To the Layman or the average pub goer there is no difference, sadly there is, as most people in the industry know. To the majority of drinkers the cost is often more than in a genuine freehouse, the genuine freehouse gets a very healthy… Read More »

Independent and managed pubs are driving the sector, (Barrel-dregs)

Report from the Morning Advertiser Independent and managed pubs are driving the sector Well, well, well! The major Pub Co’s would appear to have lost the plot, this report confirms what the majority of the thinking members of the industry have realised for many years. Free of Tie and Managed Houses are the only pubs… Read More »

Pub Advisory Service – Going Free of Tie

Pub Advisory Service  –  Going Free of Tie   PAS SUPPORT Dear Tied Tenants/Lessees The Pubs Advisory Service represents tied tenants/lessees and has been actively engaging with the Government for many years as stakeholders. The Business Energy & Industrial Strategy department, introduced in 2016 a Market Rent Only option, a Pubs Code and a low-cost… Read More »

Pub Advisory Service, (PAS)

Pub Advisory Service, (PAS) Help provided for debt relief for publicans. They give advice and develop strategies on a wide range of debt and credit issues. They can act as your third party representative and negotiate on all aspects of debt including cards, loans, mortgages, utilities, unenforceability, bailiff actions and court processes. All types of… Read More »