By M&C Report team2005-06-12T08:21:00+01:00
The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has said the pandemic has demonstrated the strengths of the leased and tenanted model and that wholesale changes to the Pubs Code could undermine the relationship between pub company and tenant or lessee.
There has been a noticeable slowdown in nightclub bookings from the end of August, amid conflicting signals from government on the introduction of vaccine passports, according to the late night industry.
Staffing pressures are set to continue for hospitality businesses, despite changes to the guidance on self-isolation, the chief executive of St Austell Brewery has warned.
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Family brewers’ ability to adapt, and their position in local communities, has held them in good stead during the pandemic, and will aid their recovery, according to Emma McClarkin, chief executive, British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA).
The leased & tenanted pub sector has been a through “watershed moment” during the pandemic, showing the strength of the partnership model, Lawson Mountstevens, MD of Star Pubs & Bars has said.
Red Oak Taverns is set to acquire nine pubs from Dorset-based business Hall & Woodhouse.
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