June, 2018 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

A wheely good effort from trade

PEDAL power had raised more than £2300 for licensed trade charity the Ben as SLTN went to press. …

The drinks advocates

Agency’s low profile belies its success …

A different graduation

Former economics student is now mixing it with the bartending best …

Ayrshire pub ready for kick-off

Harbour Lights, in Irvine, which is operated by licensee Barbara Gorman and her team, underwent a “significant” refurbishment last year …

Hotel’s star-studded anniversary

IT has been an anniversary to remember for the New Lanark Mill Hotel with the refurbishment of its 38 bedrooms and secured four-star status from VisitScotland. …

Edinburgh’s week of mixology

MORE than 80 venues have confirmed they will take part in this autumn’s Edinburgh Cocktail Week. …

Red Sky at night in Glasgow

A NEW glass-fronted bar and terrace on the ninth floor of the recently-launched Radisson Red hotel in Glasgow has opened. …

Fresh fears over PLH renewals

Trade and licensing lawyers slam timing of government review …

BT overhauls its pricing structure

Broadcaster announces 4.9% price rise ahead of “biggest ever season” …

Property market requires stability

SNP Growth Commission report’s proposals could ‘destabalise’ sector …

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