Additional resources for our campaigners
Our campaign resources aim to provide you with a wide range of information and materials you’ll need to become a fantastic campaigner for pubs, beer and cider!
Saving Your Local Pub
A comprehensive toolkit for campaigners covering saving your local pub.
Click on the links below to filter resources:
- Award Procedures
- Community Ownership
- COVID-19 Response
- Essential Guides
- Late Night Levy
- Local Councils
- Local Plans
- Planning newsletters
- Policy submission
- Pubs Code
- University research
This document gives an overview of the government resources currently available to pubs affected by COVID-19. It covers information for the UK as a whole, as well as resources available specifically in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. This represents our understanding of the current situation, and will be regularly updated to reflect any changes.
The fourth in a series of newsletters sent to Local Planning Authorities in England. This edition provides guidance on assessing viability, and how Compulsory Purchase Orders can be used by Councils.
An open letter to tied tenants, from the Pubs Code Adjudicator (PCA), explaining important tenant rights in the Pubs Code that may help them especially during the current period of Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions.
It covers Business Development Manager (BDM) conversations, discretionary support, rent review and trigger events, rent assessments, insurance, and protection of Pub Code Rights.
A declaration by Pub-Owning Businesses on preserving tied pub tenants’ Pubs Code Rights during the COVID-19 Emergency has also been issued, and can be accessed here.
Guidance for landlords and publicans who want to set up delivery services during COVID-19 closures. This document covers our current understanding of the ways in which businesses can operate during the crisis, and will be regularly updated as new information becomes available.
The second in a series of newsletters sent to Local Planning Authorities in England. This newsletter gives CAMRAs definition of a pub, which planners may find useful in determining when a business should be given additional planning protections.