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Distancing and hygiene measures will be key for frequent pub and restaurant diners
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Distancing and hygiene measures will be key for frequent pub and restaurant diners

02 June 2020 by

The majority of frequent pub and restaurant goers want to see all social distancing and sanitisation measures “overtly put in place” before they will feel comfortable eating and drinking out again, a focus group has revealed.

Tributes paid to Stonegate property director Nick Rockell
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Tributes paid to Stonegate property director Nick Rockell

01 June 2020 by

Tributes have been paid to Stonegate Pub Company property director Nick Rockell, who passed away at the weekend.

Housing minister considering allowing hospitality businesses to use streets for al fresco dining
Campaign calls on government to transform UK streets into a Grand Outdoor Café
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Campaign calls on government to transform UK streets into a Grand Outdoor Café

15 May 2020

A campaign, led by music venue the Piano Works and supported by UKHospitality, is calling on the government and operators to support a campaign to transform public spaces and streets into al fresco dining spaces.

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

15 May 2020

A cross-party group of MPs has written to the UK’s biggest pub landlord Ei Group urging it to cancel rent for thousands of tenants in order to save the pub industry.

Survey shows 17% of hospitality businesses have made redundancies during lockdown
SMEs may 'be hit by nasty bills from accidentally overclaiming’ on furlough applications
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SMEs may 'be hit by nasty bills from accidentally overclaiming’ on furlough applications

06 May 2020

Many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are making errors on their applications for the government’s furlough scheme – meaning they will have to repay thousands of pounds back to HMRC later.

Consumer confidence 'decimated' as operators look at long-term consequences
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Consumer confidence 'decimated' as operators look at long-term consequences

05 May 2020

Confidence in the hospitality market has been “decimated” with London hardest hit, group chief executive of CGA, Phil Tate, has said.

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.