March, 2015 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Drinks firms welcome duty cuts

DRINKS firms have welcomed the chancellor’s decision to cut duty on beer, cider and spirits. Delivering his Budget on March 18, George Osborne said beer duty …

Drink drive limit hammers trade

Government must act or risk further job losses, says SLTA By Gillian McKenzie ALMOST two thirds of licensed premises have seen sales slump by up to 10% in the …

A class act from capital’s Bramble

AN Edinburgh bartender has reached the UK final of Diageo’s Reserve World Class cocktail competition. John Hughes of Bramble Bar on Edinburgh’s Queen …

Capital policy is hurting live music

Edinburgh venue launches online petition to lobby board for change By Dave Hunter EDINBURGH’S licensing policy is “killing” the city’s live music …

Thousands attend trade show

MORE than 7000 hospitality industry professionals are said to have visited the ScotHot exhibition at the Glasgow SECC earlier this month. In addition to …

SLTA secretary retires from post

THE Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) bade farewell to its assistant secretary this month when Alison Walker retired after 26 years with the trade …

Manorview on expansion trail

Group kicks off 2015 with three refurbs and one acquisition By Gillian McKenzie MANORVIEW Hotels & Leisure Group has completed three refurbs and acquired …

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