The Fox and Grapes: Castle Rock Brewery open their 23rd venue

Castle Rock are looking to bring new life to Sneinton Market. Fraser Brown's licensing team assisted their most recent project

Airlines and The Licensing Act: Are their heads in the clouds?

A recent BBC panorama report highlighted the abuse airlines currently face from drunken passengers. The Home Office are considering tougher regulation, which might include making them comply to the Licensing Act 2003. But what are the implications?

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.

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.

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.

It is not just the weather that controls the use of an outdoor area

Outdoor areas for restaurants and bars can provide huge benefits, however, trading outside may require authorisation of one form or another. David Lucas advises how to ensure that you comply with all the appropriate regulations.

Fraser Brown works with Oscar's again following successful relaunch

Walaiti Rathore, a Licensing Specialist at Fraser Brown has worked with Oscars to vary their premises licence to provide further flexibility for the business and to expand its offer to its customers.

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27.Jun.2016 | Licensing

Operating a Craft Ale Brewery – Practical Points

As the popularity of craft ale increases it becomes more attractive to commercial brewers. David Lucas outlines some of the practical points that need to be considered in order to establish and conduct a business brewing craft ale.

Team achieves further success for multiple operator

This is the third time that Fraser Brown has combined with the same multiple convenience store operator to obtain a new off licence despite objections.

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09.Jun.2016 | Licensing

Goodbye Banking, Hello Indian Dining

Jo Soar, Licensing Specialist at Fraser Brown Solicitors works with Masala Junction, Nottingham's new fine dining Indian restaurant.

Fraser Brown help bring a Premier Board Game Café Bar to Nottingham

Ludorati Café Bar, a premier board game venue located in Nottingham’s city centre will be welcoming its first customers at a Grand Opening on Saturday, 19th March. Jo Soar, Fraser Brown's licensing specialist has secured the premises' license.

Timely reminder for TENs

David Lucas comments on the current limitations relating to Temporary Event Notices (TENs).

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