In return for your business commitment, CEP will support you, on behalf of our business partners in the following ways:
By making sure you have all the information you need from the start so that you can make the right decision about your future with your pub.
By drawing up an agreement with fair terms and conditions and explaining their meaning.
By advising you of suitable training courses.
By providing on-going support through your Business Development Manager to help you build your business.
By keeping you updated with information on special offers and brand promotions on a weekly basis via our fully trained telesales team.
By ensuring you have current information on your key contacts at CEP.
Free of Tie and Tied lease agreements are normally granted for terms up to 25 years.
You will be interviewed and offered comprehensive information regarding both the lease and the premises. Before you commit we will undertake to explain:
The basis and contractual nature of the agreement.
The repairing liability for both parties.
The opportunity/or requirement to purchase goods from CEP.
Insurance and service charges.
The procedures and conditions relating to any assignment.
The legal consequences of non-compliance within the terms of the agreement, restrictions on sub-letting or shared occupancy.
The skills, competencies and qualifications/Licences required to operate the premises.
All offers will be made in writing in the form of appointment letters. You will be advised to take legal advice prior to entering into any agreement.
Your Commitment to us:
All we ask from you is to provide us with full information on:
Your background and relevant experience.
A business plan.
Your source of finance including any proposed borrowing and its terms.
Any criminal or civil record or pending prosecution.
Any person or organisation who may have an interest in the premises.