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By M&C Report team2011-07-04T07:25:00+01:00
There was a sense of resigned frustration and grudging inevitability about last night’s announcement from Boris Johnson.
Greene King has had a CVA approved by creditors for its Loch Fyne business. It is understood the business was working with restructuring firm Resolve and has now exited leases on 11 of its sites.
Senior leaders at some of the UK’s biggest pub companies are gearing up for customers to be able to drink at the bar from 21 June, the Telegraph has reported.
Heartstone Inns is looking to acquire additional managed houses, individually or in packages, in order to build its portfolio up to around 30 sites.
Pub operator Livelyhood has lined up two new openings as part of its plans to expand the group within its south London heartland and further afield, operations director Tom Talbot has told MCA.
The Barkby Group’s hospitality arm has entered in a new six-year lease agreement for The Ebrington Arms in Gloucestershire.
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