A summary of the licences a hotel owner must have in place to provide televisions or music in the hotel.
Tough new Sentencing Council guidelines apply to breaches of food hygiene rules from 1 February and will take into account turnover of the offending business
Britannia Hotels found out to its cost that a failure to observe the obligations under regulations to manage asbestos can be a costly mistake. They were fined £160,000 by Canterbury Crown Court for putting both workers and hotel guests at risk of exposure to asbestos during the refurbishment of the Grand Burstin Hotel in Folkestone. This was as a result of failing to ensure a full asbestos assessment had been undertaken before the refurbishment began.
It is becoming increasingly frequent in hotel developments to rely on third party rights clauses (TPR clauses) in build contracts and appointments as an alternative to collateral warranties. This note examines how such clauses work and whether they are an acceptable alternative.