pubs | AccountingWEB


It’s nearly the weekend, but first here are some news headlines to kick off your Friday morning.


Regulator to review SME hedging


The pub industry has taken a hammering in recent years, but there are glimmers of hope for those still in the business of drinking and hospitality.


Do you have any pub clients or are you the FD at a brewery/pub company?


M&G Investments recently provided a £20m, 10-year loan to independent brewer and pub owner Hall & Woodhouse.


Administrators at Chantrey Vellacott DFK have sold the assets of a London pub company after running the business since it folded in mid-January.

Pub chain Enterprise Inns lost an upper tier tribunal appeal that will curb its ability to reclaim input VAT on property-related overhead costs.

JD Wetherspoon said that its tax bill has increased by more than £50m in the past financial year as the pub chain criticised “unsustainable” tax rises that are hurting the pub industry and UK e

JD Wetherspoon (JDW) has lost its latest appeal to claim capital allowances for pub refurbishments in a slightly surreal tax tribunal which included detailed discussions about toilet cubicle pa


After years of refusing to deal with them (other than as a punter) one of my clients has money in his pocket and, despite my tutting, is determined that this is what he wants to invest in.  He has


The alarming rate of pub closures in the UK could be halted if more adopted the co-operative business model, it has been claimed.