Alec Drew | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 46

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A ‘clear plan’ is needed for Skye

Support and forward-planning essential to future of tourism on island IMPROVED infrastructure and a co-ordinated long-term tourism strategy for the Isle of …

Glasgow bar suited and booted

A NEW late night bar is set to open on Glasgow’s Albion Street. Said to have taken inspiration from New York’s ‘neo-speakeasy scene’, Tuxedo will …

From the garden to the shore

THE operators behind the Gardener’s Cottage restaurant in Edinburgh have expanded with the launch of a new venue in Leith. Occupying a former bonded …

Big changes at The Wee Howff

New lessee at the helm of revamped Paisley pub A FORMER veterinary nurse has swapped pets for pints after taking the helm of Paisley pub, The Wee Howff, last …

New terrace takes it all in

CAMERON House has unveiled a new terrace overlooking Loch Lomond. The Great Scots Bar Terrace can accommodate up to 120 guests and will be used both as an al …

Stronger policies better for boards

Statistics alone aren’t enough to determine overprovision in an area SEVEN years ago West Dunbartonshire licensing board introduced an overprovision policy …

Heineken courts CMA approval

Brewer and pubco offers to sell pubs to appease competition concerns …

Stalwart city bar is on the market

Operator puts Moskito up for sale 17 years after he launched venue ONE of Glasgow city centre’s most enduring bars is up for sale. Neil Connolly has put …

Fife gin has come home

THE firm behind Darnley’s Gin has opened a new distillery and visitor centre at its home in Kingsbarns in the East Neuk of Fife. The new facility, …

EU citizens offer a ‘step forward’

Trade welcomes clarity on citizens’ rights, but issues persist By Jack Walsh TRADE groups have welcomed UK prime minister Theresa May’s proposals to allow …

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