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Pub chain Marston’s drives down utility costs by securing self-supply water licence

Pub chain Marston’s drives down utility costs by securing self-supply water licence

Pub chain Marston’s, which operates more than 1,600 sites across the UK, has been granted a self-supply licence to supply its own water and wastewater services. It is the third company in England to be granted a self-supply licence by regulator Ofwat. Whitbread and Greene King are the other two companies with the same privilege.

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DATA JUST OUT: Fall in pub and restaurant groups exposes ‘flat’ market

Britain’s managed pub and restaurant market experienced a dip in trading in May, with operators recording collective like-for-like sales down 0.4% compared to the same month last year, latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker show. Groups trading in London did slightly better with like-for-likes up 0.1%, compared to a 0.6% fall outside of

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London operators enjoy 3% boost as rest of UK sees damp March trading

Restaurant and pub groups in London saw a 3% increase in like-for-like sales last month compared with the rest of the country which collectively suffered a 0.5% decrease in sales. According to a new report from sector sales monitor, Coffer Peach Business Tracker, a late Easter holiday break is the prime culprit for poor March

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Marston’s cements expansion plans with £360m bank facility

Pub operator and brewer Marston’s PLC has agreed a new bank facility to replace the £257.5m existing facility which was due to expire in November 2018.  The new facility extends to March 2022 and comprises a £320m loan commitment, with an incremental £40m accordion facility providing additional flexibility, at improved terms.   The new facility will

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Marston’s on track with plans for 20 new pub-restaurant kitchen fit-outs in 2017

Marston’s confirmed yesterday that it is “on track” with plans to open at least 20 new pub-restaurants and bars and five lodges in the current financial year. Investors were keen to see how the group had performed over the recent seasonal period after a run of positive results from competitors. And they weren’t left disappointed

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Pub group Marston’s untroubled by spectre of higher input costs

Pub group Marston’s today said it has no plans to lower its financial forecasts as it has forward contracts in place to mitigate any impact of currency fluctuation on supply chain costs. Despite one of the most turbulent six months the British economy has ever seen, the company said there had been “no material changes”

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CASE STUDY: Rotisserie cooking boosts revenues for Marston’s

With an estate consisting of around 1,800 sites nationally — comprising tenanted, leased, franchised and managed pubs — and employing more than 12,000 people throughout England and Wales, Marston’s Inns and Taverns is a leading pub operator and independent brewer. One of the more recent sites in the company’s estate is the purpose-built Chalkhill Blue

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Marston’s premium arm to roll-out new foodservice brands

Revere, the premium arm of pub group Marston’s, has announced plans to roll-out two new brands specialising in sourdough pizzas and Josper-cooked steaks. The company will begin expanding The Lost & Found, as well as introduce a new concept that it has created called the Foundry Project. The group will be rolling out two sites

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