The Scottish Licensed Trade Association is supporting Labour MSP Neil Bibby’s moves to protect Scottish pub tenants.
The Scottish Government has confirmed that there will be a 12.5% business rates cap for hospitality and licensed trade businesses for one year.
IF YOU are interested in helping young people starting out in a career in the licensed trade then you should consider supporting the Diageo Learning for Life initiative which is experiencing significant success with its hospitality and bartender course.
Tennent’s, one of the SLTA’s key industry partners, has experienced an uplift in sales of Tennent’s Lager in the first 150 outlets to receive its new fount and is on target to have around 8,300 founts in pubs, clubs and restaurants across Scotland by the end of the year
Karen Peattie looks behind the scenes at the relaunched Contini George Street in Edinburgh as the popular restaurant opens its doors following a £250,000 refurbishment
Do you produce or sell alcohol wholesale? It is imperative that you check that your alcohol wholesaler is registered under new rules which come into force on April 1
Funded by the Scottish Government, Scotland’s Towns Partnership is the nation’s largest towns collective, representing and promoting the diversity of our towns and places, and supporting those organisations and groups that have an interest in or ownership of them.
Karen Peattie chats to well-known publican Billy Gold, owner of Glasgow institution the Hielan Jessie and a member of the SLTA’s Managing Committee
The Scottish Licensed Trade Association’s 137th Annual General meeting will take place on Wednesday 15th March, 2017 in the Malmaison Hotel, 278 West George Street, Glasgow, G2 4LL, during the Scottish Tourism Week Event running from the 15th – 23rd March 2017.
Please, if you have not done so already, complete our 2 min survey to allow us the best possible opportunity to bring about the necessary change in the proposed business rates system we are all asking for.