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PRS and PPL team up to simplify music licensing process

The Performing Rights Society (PRS) is to join forces with Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL) and create a new music licensing process.

Wed 28 Jun 2017

Electric charge points to be compulsory in petrol stations and motorway services

Charging points for electric vehicles are to be compulsory at petrol stations and motorway services.

Thu 22 Jun 2017

Planning for Success: Robert Botkai and Alex Woolcott write for Petrol Heads Up

Planning can, at times, be a complex and frustrating process. Robert Botkai and Alexander Woolcott take a look at the typical issues that can arise in planning for petrol filling stations, both new and existing.

Tue 20 Jun 2017

Institute of Alcohol proposes Australian-style licensing restrictions in UK

The UK should adopt licensing restrictions similar to those currently in place in Australia, a new report has argued.

Fri 02 Jun 2017

Tower Hamlets Council announces late-night levy u-turn

Tower Hamlets Council has backtracked on its plans to implement a late-night levy.

Fri 26 May 2017

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