Archive for the ‘Licensing law’ Category

Getting started as a pub owner: 4 Things you need to know.

Monday, June 17th, 2013

Pubs are central to the British way of life and over 15 million people visit them every week. Celebrities and footballers have always been associated with owning pubs, as well as ex-actors, entertainers and sports people. However, running a pub effectively can be tough for the layman without proper experience and training.


Can 16 and 17 year olds drink at the pub ?

Saturday, October 20th, 2012

Under the Licensing Act 2003 young people who are sixteen or seventeen years old (we used to call these people “youths” !) can consume alcoholic drinks on licensed premises such as a pub, bar or restaurant.


Police – Existing licensing laws used to cut crime

Thursday, October 11th, 2012

The Metropolitan Police have announced that they will be the first police force in the country to use the existing licensing laws to crack down on sex crimes connected with licensed premises.

“Your statutory rights are not affected.” What does this mean ?

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

Just about every time you buy food at a shop or supermarket (or indeed any other consumer product) you’ll notice the phrase “Your statutory rights are not affected.” printed on the packaging somewhere – but what does this mean ?  Indeed can anything affect your statutory rights ?


3 things to check before choosing a training provider

Sunday, September 9th, 2012

Here are some things it is wise to check before you choose your training provider, doing these simple checks can help ensure that you get good quality training and you won’t be ripped off or let down.