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Pub companies and tenants consultation

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Pub companies and tenants: introduction to consultation responses

Pub companies and tenants: statistical analysis of written consultation responses

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Pub companies and breweries with more than 500 pubs: responses

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Pub companies and breweries with fewer than 500 pubs, including micro-breweries: responses

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Pub company and brewery employees: responses

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Tenants: responses

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Interest groups, trade bodies and other organisations: responses

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Supply chain: responses

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Political representatives: responses

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Other individuals, eg consumers: responses

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Online survey responses

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Report by London Economics on modelling the impact of proposed policies on pubs & the pub sector

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Detail of feedback received

We received over 1,100 written responses to the consultation and over 7,000 responses to the online questionnaire. We are continuing to analyse and assess the evidence and we will decide on next steps very soon.

Original consultation

This consultation ran from 22 April 2013 12:00am to
14 June 2013 11:45pm

Summary

Seeks views on government proposals to establish a Statutory Code and an independent Adjudicator for the pubs sector.

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Consultation description

The government is keen to support a thriving and diverse pubs sector. There have been longstanding and serious concerns raised about the relationship between large pub companies and their tenants. The government is consulting on proposals to establish a Statutory Code and an independent Adjudicator for the pubs sector to govern the relationship between large pub companies and their tenants.

In addition to the full consultation response form, we have provided a short online questionnaire, available from the respond online link, for individual tenants and consumers to express their views. We are happy to receive responses either to the full consultation or to the online questionnaire to understand the likely impact and effects of these proposals.

In the video below, Jo Swinson, Minister for Employment Relations and Consumer Affairs, and Mike Benner, Chief Executive of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), discuss the government’s proposals.

Mike Bennett talks to Jo Swinson about the consultation

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