By M&C Report team2010-04-22T17:35:00+01:00
England will be left with just a fraction of its pubs being able to trade in conditions resembling normal, the country set to go back into “lockdown in all but name”.
The pandemic will wipe £14bn from the pub sector in 2020, but the market is forecast to make a tentative recovery in 2021, Lumina Intelligence reports.
City Pub Group has appointed Toby Smith into the newly created role chief operating officer from today.
Greene King Pub Partners has announced further rent support, confirming all tied tenants in tiers 2 and 3 will receive a 90% rent concession from 2 December.
The restrictions imposed on community wet led pubs in tier 2 are “disproportionate,” “unfair,” and “wrong,” MCA’s The Conversation has heard.
Greene King CEO Nick Mackenzie has described the uncertainty facing pub tenants face as “incredible,” saying “they do not deserve to be treated in the way that they have been by government.”
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