News archive - 2011

15/12/11
On 12 June 1908, the then Prince of Wales – later King George V – opened the Rotherhithe Tunnel, linking the south bank of the Thames...
01/12/11
As its name suggests, The Bellevue on Battersea High Street is a good-looking pub – and licensed leisure specialists AG&G are currently...
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23/11/11
When business media need to know what’s happening in the licensed leisure world, they come to the experts. Bloomberg Television recently...
20/10/11
When the lease became available on The Brewery Tap in Wimbledon Village, licensed leisure specialists AG&G expected there would be strong...
20/10/11
One of the Duke of Fife’s family mottos is Virtute et opera, meaning by virtue and industry – which became rather apt when the East...
14/10/11
If there’s a pub that marks the take-over of the Capital Pub Company by Greene King, it’s The Island in up-and-coming Kensal Rise, west...
10/10/11
As soon as licensed leisure specialists AG&G marketed the Favourite in Holland Park, the race was on to secure the freehold, with 22 potential...
Seven Stars, Carey Street, WC2
28/09/11
It may have been a gloomy week for many businesses but licensed leisure specialists AG&G had plenty to smile about after completing 12 pubs...
19/09/11
Contacts are everything when you are handling an off-market deal – which is why the owner brought in AG&G when it wanted to sell the...
Seven Stars, Carey Street, WC2
25/07/11
It may be located in Carey Street – the London thoroughfare whose name is a slang term for being broke – but investing in the...