Monthly Archives: January 2014

An alleged true story of Local Authority interpretation of the Law (Unbelieveable or Par for the Course)

This should be a joke, sadly it is not. A guy wrote to his MP in England, complaining that while you received an immediate £25 parking fine for being a few minutes late back to a Council Car park where you’ve left your car, nothing seemed to be done about groups of travellers also camped… Read More »

MORGAN & CLARKE January Newsletter, some Nasty Legal Tricks being pulled on the Unwary.

  Pigeon House, The Broadway, Oakridge Lynch, Stroud, Glos. GL6 7NU Email: info@morganandclarke.co.uk   Phone:  01285 719292 www.morganandclarke.co.uk (Also at:  London, Cardiff, Braunton, Lewes)   Happy New Year to all of our many subscribers in all the different corners of the licensed / leisure property world.   Let’s hope that 2014 will genuinely offer some hope of… Read More »

M&C Newsletter, as always an essential read for anyone with a lease.

My apologies for not publishing this before. MORGAN & CLARKE  DECEMBER 2013 NEWSLETTER NO. 27 Pigeon House, The Broadway, Oakridge Lynch, Stroud, Glos. GL6 7NU Email: info@morganandclarke.co.uk   Phone:  01285 719292 www.morganandclarke.co.uk (Also at:  London, Cardiff, Matlock, Braunton, Lewes)     We make no apologies for concentrating this month on three main features, namely dilapidations and… Read More »

How to boost Cash Flow and Profitability in difficult times

Protecting a business during difficult economic times requires both obvious and more subtle legal measures. This article looks at some easy steps businesses can take to boost cash-flow and profitability through more effective management of their customer relationships. Practical advice Request a payment in advance or staged payments – you may be surprised at the… Read More »

The reality of Senior Management, at least some of them

The Paper Tiger Syndrome: Standards that Only Work on Paper Abhi Mukherjii Executive Director of Operations at NovusLuxus LtdTop Contributor The Paper Tiger Syndrome: Standards that Only Work on Paper Admit it. We’ve all been there and seen in practice. The message that’s handed down from upper management, through the ranks, to the employees who… Read More »

Great British Pub Award 2012 Pub of the Year forced to surrender lease

Great British Pub Award 2012 Pub of the Year forced to surrender lease By Ellie Bothwell , 02-Jan-2014 The Great British Pub Award 2012 Pub of the Year winner has been forced to surrender his lease after his pub company claimed he was a below-average operator. http://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/General-News/Great-British-Pub-Award-2012-Pub-of-the-Year-forced-to-surrender-lease This has to be read, another good operator… Read More »