BBPA publishes guide on the costs of running a pub

Admin, 24th July, 2017

For lessees, tenants and anyone thinking of running a tied pub, the British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) has published a cost guide.

The guide documents the latest 2016 data on the UK pub industry, and gives the average cost for different pub models, to help those drawing up business plans or negotiating leases and tenancies.

The costs are based on the size, age, type (food-led or wet-led), tenure, location, turnover, operating style, state of repair, and experience of the people in charge.

It also includes the minimum and maximum typical costs of a range of scenarios across different types of business.

Download the guide

Click here to download BBPA’s cost guide.

Source: BBPA

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