Insolvency

The PwC analysis found there were 1,464 insolvencies in the H&L sector in the 12 months to October 2012

Hospitality insolvencies continue to rise

By Luke Nicholls

Hospitality and leisure (H&L) was one of the worst-hit sectors in the UK in terms of insolvencies over the past year, a new report has found.

The Experien business insolvency index found that there were a total of 151 insolvencies in the leisure & hotel sector (which includes pubs and restaurants) last month

Hospitality and leisure insolvencies up 8.6% year-on-year

By Luke Nicholls

The number of restaurants, pubs, hotels and wider leisure businesses that went bust in May was up by 8.6 per cent against the same month in 2011, according to the latest business insolvency index from Experian.

The number of small hotel and leisure businesses failing has dropped

Number of hospitality insolvencies fall

By Becky Paskin

Business looks brighter for small restaurant, pub and hotel operators, with the number of insolvencies over the past year having fallen by almost 5 per cent.

Further insolvencies on the way, despite a fall so far this year

Pub insolvencies fall by a third

By Martyn Leek

The number of pub companies collapsing into insolvency dropped by a third in the second quarter of this year, according to a new study by PricewaterhouseCoopers