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Notes for editors
1. The ALMR (Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers) is the only national trade body dedicated to representing the interests of licensed hospitality operators.
2. The ALMR’s membership – pub, club, bar and casual dining operators – run 26,000 outlets and employ over 650,000 employees, together they account for almost all managed pubs in the UK as well as leading casual dining chains and nightclubs.
3. Two-thirds of our members are small independent companies operating 50 outlets of fewer under their own branding, but our membership also includes some of the largest high street operators including: JD Wetherspoon, Spirit, Casual Dining Group and Carluccio’s, with well-known branded outlets such as: All Bar One, Slug & Lettuce, TGI Fridays, Wahaca, Wagamama and Harvester.
4. For more information please contact the office on 0208 579 2080 or visit www.almr.org.uk.

 

PCA consultation a chance to boost clarity

August 25, 2016 • Press Releases • Views: 240

ALMR Press Notice – 19.08.2016 PCA consultation a chance to boost clarity The ALMR has commented on the publication of the Pubs Code Adjudicator’s consultation on investigation and enforcement guidelines. ALMR Chief Executive Kate Nicholls said: “The Adjudicator’s new consultation will help Read More

Sugar tax is a backwards step

August 19, 2016 • Press Releases • Views: 290

ALMR Press Notice – 17.08.2016 Sugar tax is a backwards step The ALMR has warned that a tax on sugary drinks will increase burdens for businesses without addressing the Government’s health concerns. ALMR Chief Executive Kate Nicholls said: “The Government’s tax on sugary drinks is intended Read More

Licensed hospitality a valuable next step for young people

August 18, 2016 • Press Releases • Views: 310

ALMR Press Notice – 18.08.2016 Licensed hospitality a valuable next step for young people Coinciding with the release of today’s A Level results, the ALMR praised the ability of the licensed hospitality sector to provide meaningful experience and opportunities for young people. ALMR Chief Read More

Night Tube will benefit late-night hospitality

August 17, 2016 • Press Releases • Views: 325

ALMR Press Notice Night Tube will benefit late-night hospitality The ALMR has welcomed the opening of London’s Night Tube service which will provide greater access to London’s late-night economy and a boost to bars and nightclubs. The service will initially run on the Central and Victoria lines Read More