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MCA’s annual benchmark of the tenanted pub sector has shown the introduction of the pubs code has had little discernible impact on tenant/pubco relations.
The Pubs Code Adjudicator has confirmed the details of the levy on pubcos for the financial year 2016/2017.
The opening of West Berkshire Brewery’s £4m new facility has been pushed back to August from the original date of April.
Drake & Morgan is to relocate its The Happenstance site in London’s Ludgate Hill, after accepting an offer on the unit
The Pubs Code Adjudicator has confirmed the details of the levy on pubcos for the financial year 2016/2017
Draft House founder Charlie McVeigh has told MCA that the group is continuing to eye expansion both in and out of London
The Competition and Markets Authority has restarted its investigation into Heineken’s proposed acquisition of 1,900 Punch pubs as part of its joint deal with Patron Capital.
Mosaic Pub & Dining – formerly known as City Pub EIS Fund – is to grow its Birmingham estate to four this year, MCA has learnt.
Jonathan Adnams, chairman of his Suffolk-based family firm, has told MCA that he expects its tenanted estate to dip below 40 in the short term as it continues disposals and conversions to the managed portfolio.
City Pub Company has acquired the Oxford branch of Bath Ales’ Beerd brand and also exchanged on its fourth site in the city, MCA understands.
Celebrating the Great British pub, via its evolution, generational shifts, The Publican Awards, the possibility of a food-led tipping point, on-going legislation, some pubs located in Surrey, the Chancellor Phillip Hammond, and the cost of a new car park…
Seven years on from its creation, Stonegate Pub Company continues to disprove the notion that you cannot thrive as a wet-led, late-night bar operator. The TDR Capital-backed group is now garnering deserved sector-wide recognition for its approach to developing complementary town and city-centre concepts and engaged teams
Leading analyst Simon French, of Cenkos, gives his view on what the next 12 months is likely to hold for the pub industry.
Five years ago, French chain Brasserie Blanc was a brand in stasis. But a revamp of the entire estate and a move into the pub sector means it has rediscovered its je ne sais quoi. Stefan Chomka reports
The north-east brewer and pub operator Camerons may not be the most celebrated of the family brewer/pub operators but with a fledgling national pub brand, a thriving brewery and the firepower to grow, Lion Brewery is ready to roar. James Wallin meets managing director Chris Soley to talk about the big plans brewing in Hartlepool