22 July 2021

‘Our job is to put the party back into people’s lives’

Stonegate Groupâs operations director for its late-night division has said venues still have a responsibility to reduce the spread of Covid, as the sector is finally […]
19 July 2021

Stonegate files £845m lawsuit against insurers

Stonegate Group has filed a Â845m lawsuit against its insurers: MS Amlin, Liberty Mutual Insurance Europe and Zurich, in the latest sector dispute over business interruption […]
7 May 2021

‘Pubs part of the problem’ mindset needs serious reassessment

The Morning Advertiser’s Ed Bedington speaks with the award-winning operator of the Lion in Treorchy to reflect on some of the week’s biggest headlines.
26 March 2021

Ei rent credits to stop at end of June

Tied Ei Publican Partnerships licensees on substantive agreements in England will receive rent credits until 20 June but The Morning Advertiser understands the credits will stop […]
18 March 2021

Stonegate registers £746m loss amid pandemic pub closures

The UKâs largest pub company revealed that the enforced closure of its sites has yielded a Â746m loss and forced it to tap investors and debt […]
2 February 2021

Changes at the top for Stonegate

Realignment moves at Stonegate has seen the departure of one of the companies senior directors.
9 December 2020

Stonegate reveals rent credits for tiers

For tied publicans operating substantive agreements in England in tier three, unable to open other than takeaway services, they will receive a 90% rent credit. For […]
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