Cheltenham council to abandon Late Night Levy

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Cheltenham Borough Council has decided to abolish its Late Night Levy in favour of the existing Business Improvement District (BID), in a move which is the first of its kind.

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Ex pub licensee fined £50,000 for screening Sky Sports illegally

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A former pub licensee has been ordered to pay nearly £50,000 for illegally showing Sky Sports.

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Licensing victory for London LGBTQ bar

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A new gay club in London has been given the go ahead to open with a 5am licence despite initial objections by the council’s licensing authority.

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BBPA publishes new guidance on accessibility in pubs

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The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) has published updated guidance for pubs to help licensees make their venue as welcoming as possible to those with access needs.

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Second phase of Local Alcohol Action Areas launched

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The Home Office yesterday launched the next round of Local Alcohol Action Areas (LAAA) aimed at tackling problems in the night-time economy.

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