Nottingham business community competes in Fraser Brown’s charity rounders day

Fraser Brown Solicitors held its third annual rounders tournament this week, raising over £900 for the John van Geest Cancer Research Centre.

Fraser Brown Solicitors tackle the UK Corporate Games

Last week a group of professionals from Fraser Brown Solicitors took on the UK Corporate Games, which is a weekend of sporting events allowing local businesses to compete against each other in everything from Dragon Boat Races to badminton.

Fraser Brown Sponsor Nottinghamshire Post Food and Drinks Awards 2017

We were delighted to be the headline sponsors of this year’s Food and Drinks Awards, which celebrated the wonderful, vibrant and diverse food and drink offerings that we are so fortunate to have in Nottinghamshire.

Modernising will law

Writing a will defines the destiny of our possessions, money and property and gives some certainty as to where those things might end up when we die.

DHP Family leads way on Drinkaware initiative for young people

After an introduction to Drinkaware by our very own David Lucas, our client and live music venue operator DHP Family has been leading the way on the introduction of Drinkaware Crew.

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13.Jul.2017 | Articles

Teenager licensed to sell alcohol

A Cumbrian woman has become one of the youngest people to obtain a Personal Licence. Chloe Hogg, 18, officially received her alcohol licence on her 18th birthday at her dad’s pub, Fantails, in Wetheral.

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13.Jul.2017 | Licensing

Changes to Licensing Application Forms create need to supply additional Information

The Government has published revised Licensing Act forms which take into account the changes brought about by the Immigration Act and the Policing and Crime Act.

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03.Jul.2017 | Licensing

Got control? Identify yourself!

Since 6 April 2016, most UK limited companies and LLP’s have been required to maintain a Persons of Significant Control (PSC) register. On 26 June 2017, further requirements will come into force.

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22.Jun.2017 | Articles

Making Tax Digital (MTD)

MTD represents the most significant change to the administration of the UK tax system since the introduction of PAYE in 1944.

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22.Jun.2017 | Articles

House of Lords Select Committee Report Insight

On 5th June the Institute of Licensing held a workshop in Nottingham presented by Barrister Sarah Clover. Sarah is one of the leading barristers in the country in Licensing, acting for a wide range of clients.

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09.Jun.2017 | Licensing

Cumulative Impact Policies – Licensing Update

Cumulative Impact Policies (CIPs) are local policies which introduce a presumption against new (or full variations to existing) licences to sell alcohol from bars, shops, pubs or clubs in a designated area, also referred to as saturation zones.

Award entries – how to maximise your success

Applying for an award for a business or project is beneficial in getting the name of your brand out there and promoting your company’s achievements. Whether being shortlisted, highly commended or a winner is an achievement.

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