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The Hospitality business is about service - and the business of Hospitality Ulster is serving our members. This includes individual support, access to a range of valuable resources, free advice, expert guidance and preferential rates for essential services designed to let you get on with running your business.

Whether it’s those difficult to find licensing forms, risk assessment templates, staff training manuals, recruitment templates, guidance on portion control or even the basics on doing coffee and cocktails - we have you covered. We’ve also provided you with the licensing law in plain English. An up to date and easy to read A-Z of the entire Licensing Order Northern Ireland 1996, compiled and edited by the best legal minds in our industry. Avoid confusion and be confident with where you stand.

Remember, we are always adding to our resource library. So if you need something and it’s not listed, let us know!



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Having professional advice and support makes all the difference

Niall McKenna Restauranteur James Street South, Belfast.

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