9 June 2021

Legal Q&A: UEFA Euro 2020 – is singing the national anthem in a pub a Covid transmission risk?

Graeme Cushion, partner at specialist licensing solicitors Poppleston Allen, answers some last-minute licensing questions ahead of this summerâs UEFA Euro 2020.
1 June 2021

Level-up: key requirements for pub gaming machines

As we enter a new period of trading, it is worth brushing up on some of the key requirements for gaming machines in licensed venues in […]
26 May 2021

Top tips: managing noise complaints in an era of outdoor trading

For obvious reasons, never in the history of the hospitality sector has the use of outside areas been more important.
19 May 2021

Legal Q&A: Relaxed off-trade restrictions and food and alcohol licensing conditions

Specialist licensing solicitors Poppleston Allen’s latest legal Q&A addresses the impact of the Governmentâs relaxed off-trade restrictions on food and alcohol licensing conditions.
12 May 2021

Red Lion or red tape?

I write this article as Monday 17 May approaches, the light in the tunnel becomes brighter, and the journey towards ânormalityâ, pot of gold of staycationers […]
11 February 2021

Preparing for re-opening – staff refresher training

Re-opening may be some time off, however, now is the perfect time to think about preparing some refresher training for all your staff to undertake on […]
1 February 2021

Legal Q&A: post-lockdown licensing and opportunities for pubs

James Anderson from specialist licensing solicitors Poppleston Allen discusses what role pubs could play on post-lockdown high streets and where opportunities exist for operators once restrictions […]
22 January 2021

The future of Cumulative Impact Policies in a post-pandemic world

During 2020 a number of licensing authorities found themselves facing their five-yearly statutory duty to review their licensing policy, and consequently any associated Cumulative Impact Policy […]
15 January 2021

How could Covid-19 change the on-trade’s legal landscape?

In previous years it has been customary for our first article of the new year to look forward to the year come, and make observations about […]
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