February, 2013 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Appetite for pub leases still strong

Pubcos say interest is high despite debate on code of practice PUBCOS were in the parliamentary spotlight again last month when business secretary Vince Cable …

Trade raising the bar in service standards

Benefits of ongoing investment in training cannot be underestimated, providers say OPERATORS who continued to invest in staff training and development as the …

New proposals fail to cheer

Legal agents lament influence of health lobby on new consultation IT’S been two months since the Scottish Government stunned the trade with its latest …

Farewell to a true trade man

JOHN Waterson was one of the great characters of the Scottish trade. Well-known and highly-respected, he had a successful career spanning more than 70 years. …

Life is good as La Vita makes south side debut

Restaurateur Marco Arcari relished his role as project manager, as Gillian McKenzie reports WHEN Marco Arcari says he knows where every screw, pipe chase and …

Wholesale in recovery mode?

Challenges remain but firms say there are reasons to be cheerful THE challenges facing Scottish pubs brought by the wider economic conditions are continuing to …

Petition calls for rates U-turn

BUSINESS leaders have launched a campaign calling on the Scottish Government to scrap its decision to delay by two years the next revaluation of business …

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