Thursday, May 23, 2019
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Fresh calls to scrap licence renewals

Lawyers and trade groups want ten-year lifespan ditched
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Alcohol label laws slammed

Holyrood is watching new Irish measures “with interest”

City clubbers give scanner thumbs up

Almost 10,000 clubbers have given the thumbs up to a new fingerprint ID scanner – less than four weeks after it was installed at a Glasgow club. The Scannet system, which operator Carlo Citti initially launched in Campus on Sauchiehall Street before rolling it out to sister venues O’Couture and Club 520, requires customers to register their passport or driving licence details and provide their thumb print.

Property firm snaps up rival

Jones Lang LaSalle and King Sturge merge in £197 million deal. JONES Lang LaSalle has strengthened its standing in the licensed property market in Scotland after agreeing to acquire rival firm King Sturge.
New Lanark team

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.

New team at Boathouse

New life has been breathed into a canal-side restaurant north of Glasgow four months after it went into administration .

Police: we want to work together

‘No targets attributed to licensing’, force claims By Dave Hunter Police Scotland has moved to reassure the licensed trade that it is moving away from the...

Search for new scholars begins

HIT Scotland and SLTN link up to foster emerging talent HOSPITALITY charity HIT Scotland and SLTN have joined forces for the third year running to...

Dundee venue gets go ahead

A DUNDEE venue, which was denied a premises licence in December, has been given the green light by the licensing board after a revised...

PLH fiasco goes from bad to worse

Just when we thought the personal licence renewal debacle couldn’t get any worse .