Code of Practice
At Trust Inns we are dedicated to providing you with the best level of service we can and as such adhere to a Code of Practice
Taking on a pub tenancy is an affordable route to becoming a pub landlord. A Trust Inns’ pub tenancy means that you are renting, not buying, premises from us for a fixed amount of time (see our agreements page for details of how long each agreement can last).
During the tenancy you will be self employed and it becomes your responsibility to employ bar and kitchen staff (if relevant) and pay their wages. You will pay rent on a regular basis, which is reviewed at regular intervals. You will also be responsible for fixtures and fittings including glassware.
Part of the tenancy and lease agreement will also mean that you will participate in a “tied agreement”, which means that you will agree to purchase beer, lager and cider from Trust Inns’ approved suppliers.
Many see a pub tenancy as a more cost effective way to enter the industry. For full details of what our agreements entail please follow this link
For details of our obligations to each of our tenants and lessees please follow this link to our industry approved, Code of Practice.
Our agreements also form an integral part of the reason why so many licensees choose Trust Inns as their business partner. With excellent deals such as £60 discount on barrelage, free of tie on wines, spirits and minerals, assignability after 12 months and negotiable packages on rent, you can be sure that Trust Inns is the right choice for you.
They have helped me no end. I was new to the management post and thrown in at the deep end. Trust Inns has helped me with the running of the pub and paperwork. My BDM and credit controller have been very good.
Barrow in Furness
We have a very good relationship with Trust Inns. We have great personal communication with them and support when we need it.
I’ve been a tenant for 20+ years and I’m very happy with the service
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