Thursday, October 29, 2020
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COVID levels will lead to ‘devastation and sleepless nights’

The majority of Scotland’s hospitality businesses are going to find themselves “badly affected” by the COVID restrictions confirmed earlier today, say trade groups.
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COVID restrictions levels revealed

Premises in the Highland, Moray, Western Isles, Orkney and Shetland council areas will be able to serve alcohol indoors from Monday (November 2) after first minister Nicola Sturgeon today confirmed those areas will be classed as ‘level one’ under the Scottish Government’s strategic framework

Bleak winter for industry without further support

Hundreds of tourism and hospitality businesses in areas with level three or four restrictions are facing “the bleakest of winters” unless there is further support from government, according to the Scottish Tourism Alliance (STA)
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Scottish Government announces changes to hospitality measures

The Scottish Government has announced changes to its new COVID framework which will allow hospitality premises to remain open even at level three, albeit without the sale of alcohol

New nightclub grants announced

The Scottish Government has announced new one-off grants of up to £50,000 for nightclubs that have been closed since March – but only if they have not subsequently traded as bars
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Trade groups urge caution ahead of framework vote

Hospitality trade groups have jointly written to the Scottish Government with a number of proposals for a “workable strategic framework” ahead of today’s parliamentary debate on the new ‘levels’ system for COVID-19 restrictions

Crerar progresses with Mull plans

Crerar Hotels, the independent Scottish hotels group, has announced plans for a £3 million renovation of its Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa
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Scottish Government must provide clarity for hospitality

It is essential that the Scottish Government is “crystal clear” with hospitality businesses on the implementation of any new COVID measures, say trade groups

Scottish Government unveils framework for COVID restriction levels

The Scottish Government has today (October 23) published the ‘strategic framework’ spelling out the five levels of COVID restrictions it plans to introduce from November 2

Industry launches legal action against hospitality restrictions

Five of Scotland’s hospitality industry trade groups have joined forces to launch a legal action against restrictions imposed on the sector by the Scottish Government