COVID-19

Pub capacity may reduce to 12.5% under HSE social distancing guidelines

Pub and Bar/ Restaurant capacity may drop to as little as one eight of pre crisis levels with HSE social distancing guidelines

Capacities in pubs and bar/restaurants will drop to as little as one eighth of pre Covid-19 crisis levels under the HSE social distancing guidelines, according to a new report published by the Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) and Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI). The report indicates that when the HSE social distancing guidelines are applied in …

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Radical proposals to meet public health requirements include operating dispense only bars

LVA and VFI seeking urgent meeting with Government

Pub representatives will put forward a series of radical proposals to maintain public health compliance The Licensed Vintnersā€™ Association (LVA) and the Vintnersā€™ Federation of Ireland (VFI) have written to the Government accepting their invitation to discuss the Government Roadmap and its implications for pubs as a matter of urgency. This follows commitments made by …

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LVA contact info during Stay at Home period

In line with the Government directive to stay at home as part of the COVID-19 restrictions, the LVA’s Anglesea House office will be closed for duration of this period. We will still be availableĀ to members to provide assistance with any issues that may arise. Those who would like to contact the LVA should use admin@lva.ieĀ 

LVA and VFI slam insurers for failing to honour business interruption cover for pubs

LVA and VFI slam insurers as they refuse to honour ‘business interruption’ cover for pubs

The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) and the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) have slammed insurers who are refusing to honour the ā€˜Business Interruptionā€™ cover for pubs who have been forced to close due to the COVID-19 crisis. The representative bodies have received confirmation from Allianz and FBD, two of the largest providers of business interruption …

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LVA welcomes banking measures to help pubs announced by AIB and BOI

LVA welcomes banking measures to help pubs announced by AIB and BOI

The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA), the representative body for Dublin publicans, has welcomed the announcement by AIB and Bank of Ireland of measures to help pubs in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. The LVA held meetings /conference calls with the CEOs and other senior management executives of AIB and Bank of Ireland over the …

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LVA seeking urgent meetings with banks and insurers

LVA seeking urgent meetings with banks and insurers following pub closures

The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA), the representative body for Dublin publicans, has written to the chief executives of the main banks and insurers seeking an urgent meeting, following the closure of pubs across the country. The LVA is seeking support from the banks and insurers to help publicans keep their business afloat during a period …

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Irish Government Buildings

LVA expecting ‘clarity’ for pubs during meeting in Government Buildings

The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA), the representative body for Dublin pubs, expects clarity will be provided on how pubs are to act during the current coronavirus crisis when they attend a meeting in Government Buildings this (Sunday) afternoon. The LVA has been seeking clarity since Thursday, with the current social distancing guidelines being unworkable in …

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