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Investing in community businesses

PUNCH Taverns has recently refurbished five of its Scottish pubs. The investments include £120,000 at the Kirkill Bar in Cambuslang, £145,000 at the Electric Bar...

Take next steps on trade career path

Opportunities abound for prospective operators, pub companies say Perhaps you work in a bar or restaurant but harbour an ambition to run your own venue....
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Lessee support

“Belhaven offers a training programme for new licensees and further training support once they are up and running, including programmes on accounting, cellar management...

Greenock bar gets a new look

Community pub reopens its doors following six-figure investment A Greenock pub has been given a new lease of life thanks to a six-figure investment from...

Kane is willing and able

Glasgow publican Annie Kane has taken the helm of her second outlet in the city’s south side following two refurbishments funded by parent company...

Who will take the next step?

Pubcos say there are many benefits to leasehold Many of those working within the Scottish on-trade will share the dream of one day being their...

Punch help for lessees

Pub group Punch Taverns helped its lessees prepare for the summer months this year with a range of support tools and free training. The Punch Progress...
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A team approach pays off in capital

Operator and pub company have worked together on several Edinburgh units CO-OPERATION between tenant and pub company has been crucial for one Edinburgh operator in...

Major refurbs for three Highland pubs

PUNCH Taverns has announced an investment of nearly £800,000 in three of its Highland pubs. The Blacksmiths in Culloden, The Eagle Hotel in Dornoch and...
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Talented licensee ready to rumble

Publican to take on his first premises through pubco’s new operator agreement