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How to seek a more flexible lease arrangement

22 July 2021 by

After 18 months of difficult trading, many operators are looking to renegotiate with landlords. Esme Moss explains what lease terms could be put on the table.

News

One in five hospitality landlords still 'unwilling to negotiate' on rent

16 July 2021 by

One in five hospitality landlords are still unwilling to negotiate on rent payments, UKHospitality chief executive Kate Nicholls told MPs.

Travelodge reveals details of CVA proposal seeking 38% total rent reduction News

Travelodge reveals details of CVA proposal seeking 38% total rent reduction

03 June 2020 by

Travelodge has put forward a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) bid to landlords, seeking a 38% reduction[...]

Government to develop code of practice for landlord and commercial tenant negotiations News

Government to develop code of practice for landlord and commercial tenant negotiations

29 May 2020 by

The government is to develop a code of practice for high street businesses and landlords to[...]

Pubs in 'fight for survival' call for rent holiday as landlord announces 'multi-million' support package News

Pubs in 'fight for survival' call for rent holiday as landlord announces 'multi-million' support package

15 May 2020 by

A cross-party group of MPs has written to the UK’s biggest pub landlord Ei Group urging[...]

McDonald’s commences negotiations with landlords over rent and service charges News

McDonald’s commences negotiations with landlords over rent and service charges

04 May 2020 by

McDonald’s has commenced negotiations with landlords to reduce rent and service charge payments while restaurants are[...]

Landlords must not be allowed to target tenants during coronavirus, says UKHospitality News

Landlords must not be allowed to target tenants during coronavirus, says UKHospitality

02 April 2020

Commercial landlords must be prevented from taking punitive legal actions against businesses suffering a loss of income during the coronavirus crisis, UKHospitality has told the government.

Message to landlords: ‘Stop fighting, stop threatening and we’ll talk about this in six months’ time’ News

Message to landlords: ‘Stop fighting, stop threatening and we’ll talk about this in six months’ time’

25 March 2020

Despite the new three-month moratorium to block commercial evictions, further protection is urgently required for hospitality tenants, says Jonathan Downey, co-founder of London Union.

Advice: Dealing with your landlord News

Advice: Dealing with your landlord

25 March 2020 by

Catherine Gannon, founder of Gannons Solicitors, advises operators facing crisis due to a loss of revenue[...]

'Let’s use this time to get a sensible deal' – operators and landlords react to rent suspension News

'Let’s use this time to get a sensible deal' – operators and landlords react to rent suspension

24 March 2020 by

The three-month moratorium protecting commercial tenants unable to pay rent because of coronavirus has been welcomed[...]

Government asked to block commercial evictions as industry faces multibillion-pound rent bill News

Government asked to block commercial evictions as industry faces multibillion-pound rent bill

23 March 2020 by

The government has been asked to block commercial evictions and other sanctions as restaurants and pubs[...]

Viewpoint: It's ‘landlord, landlord, landlord', not ‘location, location, location' Hotel

Viewpoint: It's ‘landlord, landlord, landlord', not ‘location, location, location'

08 February 2019 by

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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