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Hutson looking at two new Pigs in 2018

Hutson looking at two new Pigs in 2018

By Finn Scott-Delany

Hotel du Vin founder Robin Hutson is looking to open two more The Pig sites in Sussex and Kent in 2018, which would bring the restaurant-with-rooms concept to seven, reports our sister publication MCA. 

Hospitality industry faces uncertain future for EU staff

Uncertain future for hospitality industry's EU staff

By Sophie Witts

EU nationals working in the UK’s restaurants, pubs and hotels have been thrown in to limbo after MPs passed the Brexit bill on Monday, leaving the government free to kick start the process of the UK leaving the EU.

What does Spring Budget 2017 mean for hospitality?

What does the Spring Budget mean for hospitality?

By Sophie Witts

Chancellor Philip Hammond offered an olive branch to pubs facing rising business rates in today’s budget, but raised the price of a pint of beer for the first time in five years.

Restaurant Magazine heads to Bristol

Restaurant Magazine heads to Bristol

By Stefan Chomka

This month Restaurant magazine is heading to Bristol for its next R200 Club event to get to grips with why the city is fast becoming one of the top restaurant destinations in the UK.

David Davis: EU workers safe in UK after Brexit

UK won't 'shut the door' on EU workers

By Sophie Witts

Brexit secretary David Davis has offered further hope to the hospitality industry by claiming the UK is not about to ‘shut the door’ on EU workers.

Restaurant business rates capped in Scotland

Restaurant business rates capped in Scotland

By Sophie Witts

The Scottish finance minister has announced a cap on business rates for hospitality companies following warnings that the sector could be crippled by rising fees.

People on the Move: February 2017

People on the Move: February 2017

By Hannah Thompson

From a new head chef at luxury Hampshire hotel Chewton Glen, new director and chef positions at D&D London, new restaurant manager at Simpsons in Birmingham, and more, it's been a busy month in hospitality moves

Mandatory Scores on the Doors will affect thousands of businesses

Mandatory Scores on the Doors will affect 43,000 businesses

By Stefan Chomka

More than 43,000 restaurants and catering businesses across England could be affected when a law to make it compulsory for places that serve or sell food to display their food hygiene rating comes into force in 2019.

Brasserie Blanc, the restaurant brand which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, is looking to collaborate with hotels

Brasserie Bar Co plans hotel restaurants

By Emma Eversham

Brasserie Bar Co, operator of Brasserie Blanc and White Brasserie Company, is looking to open restaurants in hotels as part of its growth strategy.

Top 10 hospitality openings: January 2017

Top 10 hospitality openings: January 2017

By Emma Eversham

From the first London restaurant by Anne-Sophie Pic, to the new Lao Café and 1970s inspired bar Bobby Fitzpatrick, we've picked out 10 of the hottest hospitality openings from the last month.

BHA: Uncertain times mean UK hospitality must be competitive

BHA: Uncertain times mean UK hospitality must be competitive

By Hannah Thompson

Uncertain political and economic times mean it is more important than ever that the UK hospitality and tourism industry can compete, Ufi Ibrahim, chief executive of the British Hospitality Association (BHA) has warned.

Yotel to open in cities across the UK

Yotel to open first central London hotel

By Sophie Witts

Yotel, the pod hotel chain created by YO! Sushi founder Simon Woodroffe, is to open its first UK city centre site in Clerkenwell, London in late 2018.

Queensway Group unveils new hotel brand Point A Hotels

Queensway Group unveils new hotel brand Point A Hotels

By Emma Eversham

Hospitality and property business Queensway Group has unveiled plans to launch new hotel brand Point A Hotels in the UK with seven hotels expected to open under the new brand in the next 10 weeks. 

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