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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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New ticketing rules a disaster for late bars, nightclubs and musicians – LVA

Gov process to reopen our sector is Keystone Cops meets Father Ted stuff  The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has described the new ticketing rules announced for live music and late night hospitality as a disaster for late bars, nightclubs and musicians. They also said the Government process to open the sector has become “Keystone Cops

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Confusion reigns with late night hospitality to resume within 60 hours – LVA

Government has no plan for the return to normal trading in pubs LVA stunned that pubs are not allowed use bar counters with all customers fully vaccinated Gov supports must now be further extended LVA publishes series of questions to be answered in advance of 22 October Confusion now reigns over late night hospitality with

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Entire sectors should not be penalised because some people are opting to remain unvaccinated – LVA

No guarantee there will be change in unvaccinated numbers post any delay Speculation having an appalling impact on businesses, staff and suppliers The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has said entire sectors should not be penalised because some people opting to remain unvaccinated. Following reports that the full easing of restrictions, due to take place on

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Budget 2022 generally positive for hospitality but VAT increase will be a problem – LVA

Extending  Wage Subsidy and Rates Waiver vital for facilitating recovery of sector LVA warmly welcomes waiving of Government charges on late night venues for rest of year The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has said Budget 2022 was generally positive for the hospitality sector but warned the VAT increase coming next September will be a serious

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Nightclubs and late bars will be forced to hand over €2.2m to Government before they can reopen – LVA

Urgent response required from Gov to suspend costs and allow Late Bars/Nightclubs obtain SEOs ahead of 22 Oct reopening Nightclubs and late bars will be forced to hand over an estimated €2.2 million+ to the Government before they can open, the Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has warned. Despite being kept shut by Government order for

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LVA is seeking for fair and balanced reforms of the late night licensing laws, including extended closing times

New licensing system must be fair and balanced – LVA

The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has welcomed the upcoming reform and modernisation of the licensing laws, saying an overhaul was “long overdue”. They also outlined the importance of ensuring any new licensing system was fair and balanced and did not place disproportionate responsibilities on pubs while allowing for other venues to serve late night alcohol

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Waive Government charges on late night venues to aid their recovery – LVA

Any pub or nightclub seeking to open late must pay Government additional €410 per night Government imposed charges on late night venues should be waived for the next six months to aid the recovery of nightclubs and late bars, according to the Licensed Vintners Association (LVA). Any licensed premises who seeks to open late currently

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