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Pubs would make every effort to be ready for later trading this weekend if given green light – LVA

Dublin vintners want to see night time sector fully reopening and removal of all hospitality restrictions following shortly afterwards Pubs throughout the country would make every effort to provide later trading this weekend if they were given the green light by Government, according to the Licensed Vintners Association (LVA). With NPHET expected to provide recommendations …

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Some pubs in Dublin have been waiting to reopen for 497 consecutive days

Relief, hope and nervousness as some Dublin pubs get ready to reopen for the first time in 497 days – LVA

The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has said that the ability to reopen for indoor hospitality will come with “relief, hope and nervousness” for many in the hospitality sector. This comes as some Dublin pubs get ready to reopen their door for the first time in 497 consecutive days. The LVA also acknowledged that this will …

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Dublin's traditional pubs have been closed for 400 consecutive days and counting

Dublin’s Traditional Pubs reach 400 consecutive days of closure – LVA

Vintners launch ‘Call to Action’ to push for outdoor service for all pubs and hospitality from late May Indoor service for all pubs and hospitality should resume in June, in line with the reopening of hotels The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has launched a ‘Call to Action’, on the day traditional pubs in the capital …

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Hope is the glue that binds current social contract

Hope required for hospitality and other ‘non essential’ sectors still closed After such an extended closure Government has responsibility to provide pathway The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has called on the Government to provide hope to hospitality and other sectors deemed ‘non essential’ by announcing a pathway that will facilitate their eventual reopening. With speculation …

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LVA publishes Irish Hospitality Industry Manifesto

Government laying off 25,000 pub workers on Christmas Eve

Sustainable solutions needed or tug of war will start again at beginning of January Enormous levels of stress among publicans and staff The Government has laid off 25,000 people working in pubs across the country on Christmas Eve, generating enormous levels of stress amongst publicans and their staff, according to the Licensed Vintners Association (LVA). …

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Latest suggested hospitality lockdown highlights failure of Government strategy

Government needs to commit to roadmap for hospitality sector and proper level of support  “The definition of madness is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result” The latest indication the Government is to once again lockdown the hospitality sector showcases the failure of the Government’s strategy to deal with …

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Proposals will allow Berlin D2 to open again, while keeping pubs like Grogans closed

250 Dublin pubs closed for 252 days, including iconic venues like Grogans, McDaids and O’Donoghues Government guidelines recognise restaurants, food pubs and wet pubs as “controlled environments” New proposals to keep wet pubs closed in December while restaurants reopen will see Berlin D2 trading again while the likes of Grogans remains closed, according to the …

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Acting CMO gave commitment that all Dublin pubs would reopen together

The Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Ronan Glynn made a commitment that the distinction between food and wet pubs would not apply when current lockdown of the hospitality sector ended, according to the Licensed Vintners Association (LVA). During a conference call with a range of stakeholders on the 18th September when the lockdown of the …

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LVA publishes Irish Hospitality Industry Manifesto

Positive measures in Budget 2021, but they will need to be extended as long as restrictions continue

  The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has welcomed a number of measures announced in Budget 2021 which they say should keep some pub doors from permanently closing.  However they also cautioned that the these measures will need to be extended if the period of restrictions is prolonged. This was particularly true of the Covid Restrictions …

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