Hospitality operators across the country are sceptical that they will be allowed to reopen on 3 December, the current date set for the lifting of the second lockdown in England, according to a new survey.
A significantly higher proportion of branded hospitality operators have remained open for takeaway and/or delivery services during England's second national lockdown, according to new research from Lumina Intelligence.
The roll-out of tiered regional Coronavirus restrictions further depressed sales in Britain’s managed pub, restaurant and bar groups in October, latest data from the CGA Coffer Peach Business Tracker show.
Following the release of a report that found 20% of hospitality business last switched energy provider five or more years ago, operators are being advised to change suppliers regularly to avoid overpaying for utilities.
A round-up some of the main hospitality news stories from the past week including relief over the extension to the Job Retention Scheme, the welcoming of off-premise alcohol sales, and arrests made in connection with the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.