Tag: pubs

Drinks Industry Split Over Minimum Pricing

Posted on 28 November, 2012 by Neil Bird under Business News

Today the government is due to launch a consultation on the minimum pricing of alcohol in an attempt to crackdown on anti-social behaviour and drink related health problems. The report is expected to recommend a minimum price of 45p per unit. This would mean... Read More

Pub Closures Intensify Due to Beer Tax

Posted on 9 November, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Business News

Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has revealed eighteen pubs in Britain are closing every week as the rising cost of beer forces landlords out of business. The campaign group said, the rate of closures has grown by six a week since the spring and has... Read More

Call for London Pubs to Get World Heritage Status

Posted on 15 October, 2012 by Neil Bird under Top Properties

Last week Movehut News reported that celebrities, including actor Hugh Grant, had added their names to a petition calling on Chelsea and Kensington Council to reject plans that would lead to the loss of a Chelsea pub. Now a group of Kingston University... Read More

Drinking Event Brings Carnage to Student Towns

Posted on 12 October, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

Many students around the country will be gearing up for one of the biggest social events in the university calendar. Carnage is a pub crawl event which allows new students to get to know their new location, enjoy drinks promotions in participating commercial... Read More

Stars Join Fight to Save Chelsea Pub

Posted on 11 October, 2012 by Neil Bird under Top Properties

The difficulties faced by the licensed trade have been widely documented. Currently pubs in the UK are closing at a rate variously reported as being between 12 and 50 a week. The online Lost Pubs Project lists over 21,000 public houses that have closed their... Read More

Live Music Red Tape Scrapped for Small Venues

Posted on 4 October, 2012 by Neil Bird under Business News

Pubs, clubs and other venues with a capacity of less than 200 no longer need a licence for live amplified music. This follows a government move to free small businesses from the red tape that restricts their freedom to trade as they wish.   It... Read More

Premier League Kick Off Raises Expectations of Fans and Businesses

Posted on 17 August, 2012 by Neil Bird under Business News

After an exciting summer of sport featuring Euro 2012 and the London Olympics, tomorrow sees the start of the 2012-13 Premier League Season.... Read More

Commercial Properties Celebrate the Queen’s Birthday

Posted on 21 April, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Economy, Industry News

Today, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 86th birthday.... Read More

UK Music Lovers to Boost the Economy for London’s Leisure Industry

Posted on 6 November, 2011 by Ryosuke Watanabe under Business News, Economy, Industry News

London’s major music event, Camden Crawl has been running since 1995, and following its success this year, the tickets for next year’s event have already been released this week. The event will take place during May Bank Holiday Weekend (from 4th – 6th... Read More