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Issue No 520 £2.00 news & jobs updated daily online
26 January - 8 February 2010 Circulation 23,035 (July 07 – June 08)
Parties go head-to-head over new alcohol proposals
By Pete Hayman Meanwhile, shadow home
secretary Chris Grayling has
Both the Labour and the outlined plans to give local
Conservative parties have set authorities and police forces
out their respective plans for stronger powers over licensing if
dealing with alcohol abuse and the Conservatives win the next
anti-social behaviour. election. Grayling also proposes
Home secretary Alan Johnson a tax hike on super-strength
set out five mandatory condi- beers and alcopops.
tions, which will apply to all In response, British Beer and
alcohol retailers to ensure Pub Association CEO Brigid
"consistent good practice", Simmonds said: "Pubs are
including the prohibition of struggling and the country is in
all-you-can-drink promotions. BBPA has raised concerns that pubs already suffer from red tape recession. This is not the time to
Other conditions will include be burying business in yet more
the banning of 'dentist's chairs', Johnson said: "Any premises The mandatory code will be unnecessary red tape.
where drink is poured directly that breach the code or any introduced in two stages, with "All the powers needed to deal
into the mouth of customers, as secondary conditions that have the first three conditions being with problem premises already
well as the provision of free tap been imposed will face a range implemented from 6 April. The exist. The trouble is poor
water and making sure smaller of possible sanctions, including remaining measures will come enforcement of the current laws.
measures of drinks are available. losing their licence. into effect from 1 October. Adding to that pile is unhelpful."
Design competition launched for Scotland's V&A
Nairn to launch
Architects sought for ambitious £47m museum project on Dundee's waterfront
new restaurant
Scottish celebrity chef
By Tom Walker architects and designers from Nick Nairn will open a
around the world." new restaurant at the
An international architectural The site is being made recently refurbished
competition is being launched available through the Dundee Doubletree by Hilton Dun-
to deliver a new landmark Central Waterfront Partnership, blane Hydro hotel in
building for The V&A at a joint venture between DCC Dunblane, Scotland.
Dundee, a centre of 21st and Scottish Enterprise, which Called the Kailyard by
century design for Scotland. is revitalising the prime area of Nick Nairn, the 220-cover
The structure will occupy a land linking the city centre with property will be the chef's
site at the centre of Dundee's the River Tay. first new site since the the
redeveloped waterfront area to The V&A at Dundee will act as The £47m V&A at Dundee is eponymous Nairn's in
the south of Craig Harbour on a satellite to the London site being delivered by a partner- Glasgow closed in 2003.
a site to be created projecting ship between the Victoria and Set to open on 28
out into the River Tay. stage architectural competition Albert Museum, the University January, Kailyard by Nick
Mike Galloway, Dundee City is about to be launched and we of Dundee, the University of Nairn aims to showcase a
Council's (DCC) director of city expect to have interest in this Abertay Dundee, Dundee City range of Scottish cuisine.
development, said: "A two- project from prominent Council and Scottish Enterprise.
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