Category Archives: UK Hospitality

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 »

Blanket calorie cap an impractical imposition on business, says, UKHospitality

Blanket calorie cap an impractical imposition on business, says, UKHospitality UKHospitality, the single, authoritative voice for the hospitality sector, has warned against the introduction of a calorie cap for out-of-home food and drink. The Chief Medical Officer has today published a report containing a series of proposals aimed at tackling childhood obesity. Among the proposals… Read More »

Ingenious London pubs thriving – UKHospitality

  Ingenious London pubs thriving – UKHospitality UKHospitality has welcomed the publication of statistics showing an increase in the number of pubs in London. UKHospitality Chief Executive Kate Nicholls said: “It is great to see London pubs thriving, despite economic pressures and political uncertainty. Pubs in London have shown great resilience and ingenuity to continue… Read More »

UKHospitality reaction to Pubs Code and Pubs Code Adjudicator review

  UKHospitality reaction to Pubs Code and Pubs Code Adjudicator review UKHospitality has today commented on the announcement of the first statutory review of the Pubs Code and Pubs Code Adjudicator. UKHospitality Chief Executive Kate Nicholls said: “There are clearly concerns, many of which are shared by our members, that flaws in the legislation have… 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 »

Sector working to reduce salt in food, cutting waste and workers rights

  Sector working to reduce salt in food UKHospitality has commented on today’s report by Public Health England, highlighting efforts by hospitality businesses to cut salt in food. The trade body has also reiterated that, for most customers, eating out is not an everyday occurrence. UKHospitality Chief Executive Kate Nicholls said: “Hospitality venues have made… Read More »

October Budget Report

  October Budget Report   UKHospitality Chief Executive Kate Nicholls said: “This was a positive Budget for hospitality, recognising and acknowledging our core campaigns around employment costs, business rates and digital paying its fair share – together with a positive outcome on excise duty, latte levy and non-residential capex and investment allowances. We estimate the… 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 »

UKHospitality wary of menu calorie labelling impacts on under pressure sector

  UKHospitality wary of menu calorie labelling impacts on under pressure sector Responding to the launch of Chapter Two of Government’s childhood obesity plan, UKHospitality’s CEO, Kate Nichols, said: “The out-of-home sector supports workable efforts to promote healthier eating habits, as demonstrated by the proactive actions already in reformulating menus to reduce calories and increase… Read More »