- ‘The Return of the Suburbs’: leisure and hospitality in a post-lockdown world
‘The Return of the Suburbs’: leisure and hospitality in a post-lockdown world
‘The Return of the Suburbs’: leisure and hospitality in a post-lockdown world30th July 2020 - Published by
On July 29th, Kuits hosted this ‘Return of the Suburbs’ leisure webinar, where head of leisure for Kuits Felicity Tulloch provided insights into the opportunities emerging for brands already situated in suburban areas and district centres, and city centre brands looking to invest in their ‘out-of-city’ presence.
Licensing associate Rebecca Ingram gives an important update on the Business and Planning Act which received Royal Assent on 22nd July and looks at the unprecedented powers Local Authorities have been given as part of the Health Protections Regulations 2020.
Felicity was also joined by Lyndon Higginson, owner of Junkyard Golf, Crazy Pedros, The Liars Club, Cane & Grain, Science & Industry, Bunny Jackson’s and The Bay Horse Tavern, who discussed why he decided the suburbs would make a great home for his new brand, Southside Tequila Joint.
In the webinar, Felicity provides expert advice on how brands can approach the licensing and regulatory challenges that inevitably come with opening or expanding venues in populated residential areas and how there is evidence to suggest local authorities may be taking a more relaxed approach with early adopters in order to support the industry and re-activate the economy of the area.
To skip to a specific segment of the video, please use the links below:
Intro (Felicity Tulloch) – click here
Business and Planning Act (Rebecca Ingram) – click here
Local Authority powers (Rebecca Ingram) – click here
Cumulative Impact policies (Felicity Tulloch) – click here
Q&A with Lyndon Higginson – click here
If you would like to engage the Kuits licensing team on any of the points raised in this video please contact Felicity at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0161 838 7804.