All Results articles – Page 10

  • Frankie and Bennys

    TRG lfls down 4.3% in year-to-date


    The Restaurant Group (TRG) has reported like-for-like sales for the 20 weeks to 20 May down 4.3%, with total sales falling 3.1%.

  • Shaftesbury

    Shaftesbury estate ‘unaffected’ by external pressures


    West End landlord Shaftesbury has reported “healthy trading “ across its estate, with the West End “largely unaffected” by the challenges facing the rest of the sector.

  • Joule's Brewery

    Joule’s reshuffles board after year of consolidation


    Joule’s – the brewer and operator of 41 pubs - has restructured its senior team as it refocuses on brewing for its own estate adding two pubs a year.

  • Ralph Findlay

    Marston’s “will continue to land bank sites”


    Marston’s chief executive Ralph Findlay has told MCA the group will continue to land bank sites despite revising down its growth targets for next year.

  • Simon Townsend

    EiG: Managed Expert exits; REIT status and regional growth


    Following Ei Group’s H1 trading update, MCA spoke to chief executive Simon Townsend.  He discussed what the group’s revised growth prospects mean for the long-term goal of converting to a REIT. He also spoke about the where growth would come from in the managed estate, timetabling eventual exits from the Managed Investment partnerships and the first new site for its joint venture with PubLove. On the tenanted and leased estate, he said that while the Midlands and the north of England had slipped into negative like-for-likes, the long-term recovery of these areas remains on track.

  • Patisserie Valerie

    Patisserie Holdings H1 revenue up 9.1%


    Patisserie Holdings saw revenue grow 9.1% to £60.5m in the six months to 31 March

  • Ei Group

    EiG “maintaining growth momentum” in H1


    Ei Group has reported like-for-like net income up 0.6% across its leased and tenanted estate for the six months to 31 March.

  • Tim Martin at the Pub Conference

    “Jury still out” on JDW pizza offer


    JD Wetherspoon chairman Tim Martin has said the “jury is still out” on the group’s trial of a pizza offer, admitting he has his doubts as to whether it will be profitable.

  • Greggs exterior

    Market conditions impact Greggs


    Greggs has this morning reported a 1.3% increase in like-for-like sales across its company-managed shop estate

  • Tim Martin at the Pub Conference

    JDW Q3 lfls up 3.5%


    JD Wetherspoon grew like-for-like sales 3.5% in its third quarter to 29 April while total sales were up 2.8%.

  • KFC

    KFC UK sales fell 9% in Q1


    KFC UK sales fell 9% in the first quarter, following widespread disruption caused by its supply chain problems.

  • News

    Heartstone has firepower for further growth


    Heartstone Inns, the South of England-based pub operator, has said it has the firepower for further growth following a year in which saw like-for-like sales increase 3%.

  • Carlsberg

    Carlsberg hit by premiumisation trend in UK


    Carlsberg has said its market share in the UK has been hit by consumers desire to trade up from mainstream brands.

  • News

    Just Eat sees 24% Q1 order growth in UK


    Just Eat saw UK orders grow 24% in the first quarter – to 29.7 million – boosted by an extra 1.4 million orders from the acquisition of Hungryhouse.

  • Dominos

    Domino’s grows UK lfls 7% in Q1


    Domino’s has reported UK like-for-like sales up 7% in its first quarter with group system sales up 18.3% to £311.1m.

  • News

    Restaurant Brands unveils Tim Hortons improvement plan


    Restaurant Brands has unveiled a new plan aimed at reviving “soft” sales across its Tim Hortons estate.

  • Costa exterior

    Whitbread outlines Costa demerger plan


    Whitbread has confirmed it will seek a demerger of Costa, which it expects to complete within the next two years.

  • News

    Adnams warns of weaker H1 trading


    Brewer and pub operator Adnams has warned that it is likely to report trading for the first half of the year down on the same period last year.

  • News

    Chapel Down FY sales up 15%


    Chapel Down saw sales rise 15% to £11.8m in the year to 31 December, with beer and cider sales growing 7% t0 £3.7m.

  • News

    Intu sees footfall increase 1.5%


    Intu, the shopping centre landlord, has reported a 1.5% rise in footfall across its estate since 1 January.