Licensing

19 Jul 2021

Covid19 - Freedom Day Information Cascade

This morning as all restrictions were released the  GOV.Uk website went into overload issuing some 33 documents covering a range of matters. This is in addition to the overarching guidance issued on 14th July for restaurants, pubs, bars, nigh...

13 Jul 2021

Covid 19 Scotland - Restrictions Easing from 19th July

The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon spoke today and said the planned easing which will go ahead on the 19th July had to be modified in view of the high transmission rates which Scotland has experienced.We therefore have a sub step in the easing p...

09 Jul 2021

UK’s Economy Rises and UK HGV Driver Shortage

The UK’s economy experienced a growth of 0.8% in May as the Covid-19 restrictions preventing pubs and restaurants serving customers indoors, was lifted. Whilst this level of growth was at a slower rate than the previous month, pubs and resta...

09 Jul 2021

The Licensing Act 2003 (2020 UEFA European Championship Licensing Hours) Regulations

As we reported on Tuesday, the Government have moved forward with Regulations to extend licensing hours (where needed) for pubs and clubs in England and Wales on Sundays evening to 11:15pm to mark the Occasion of the UEFA European Championship Fin...

06 Jul 2021

Come On England!

It is being reported that the Government will extend licensing hours on this Sunday evening as a one off (the Euros Final day) by 45 minutes until 11.15pm in case the Final goes to extra time or penalties.The detail of the proposal is awaited, b...

30 Jun 2021

Newcastle Taco Bell wins 5am licensing hours appeal

A Taco Bell restaurant in Newcastle, Grainger Street, has won a Licensing Appeal now allowing the venue to provide eat-in and click and collect services until 3am and delivery until 5am. This is a great addition to Newcastle’s late-night eco...