Monthly Archives: June 2014

What now for self-regulation of the pub sector in the interim?

What now for self-regulation of the pub sector in the interim? ALMR Press Notice Statutory Code draws a line under damaging uncertainty, says ALMR Responding to today’s publication of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill, which will introduce a Statutory Code for pub companies, the ALMR has hailed the end of prolonged uncertainty and… Read More »

Licensing and Planning latest Issues (A nasty sting in the tail)

  Licensing and Planning latest Issues (A nasty sting in the tail) External areas – planning issues? (This is essential Reading) Posted: 03 Jun 2014 05:00 PM PDT We have been alerted to a recent planning case which may impact on developments of external areas and particularly ‘loose’ furniture. More Colman v Westminster City Council… Read More »

ALMR comments on the BII view on Pub Regulation

ALMR comments on the BII view on Pub Regulation and the Queen’s Speech offers pubs cheer Responding to today’s Queen’s Speech, setting out the legislative agenda for the final session of Parliament before the General Election, the ALMR welcomed the confirmation that a Small Business, Enterprise and Employment bill would be included, but warned Government… Read More »

Statutory code: BIS minister Jenny Willott

Statutory code: BIS minister Jenny Willott writes for the PMA Please click on the link for those that do not take the Morning Advertiser. By Jenny Willott, 03-Jun-2014 BIS minister Jenny Willott writes exclusively for the Publican’s Morning Advertiser on the Government’s decision to introduce a statutory code of practice and adjudicator. http://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/General-News/Statutory-code-BIS-minister-Jenny-Willott-writes-for-the-PMA Comment:-It’s a… Read More »