Neame: code regulation concern

Ruddick, Peter
June 2013
Publican's Morning Advertiser;6/6/2013, Issue 105, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the claims of Shepherd Neame Chief Executive Jonathan Neame about the termination of the beer-duty escalator in Great Britain. During the BigHospitality event, Neame emphasized that the pub-industry confidence will be put at risk by the uncertainty surrounding statutory regulation in the tenanted model. He also said that his company was planning 40 projects in its tenanted and lease pub estate in 2014.


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