Jonathan Foulds, Senior Associate and Catherine Davey, Consultant explain how pubs can stay on the right side of the law during the summer of sport in a recent article published in The Publican’s Morning Advertiser.
As the excitement of an impending summer of sport continues to build towards the UEFA Euro 2016, the Rio Olympics and Wimbledon, many pubs are considering running special events potentially including erecting temporary structures and extending opening hours.
There are clear positives to this for both landlord and tenant, keen to benefit from increased revenues resulting from an expected surge in football during this period. However what should a landlord do if it notices event preparations at a property and has concerns?
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