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Pub Independent Rent Review Scheme


The Pub Independent Rent Review Scheme (PIRRS) is a cost-effective rent review scheme to which tenants/lessees can appeal in circumstances where there is an unresolved dispute in a rent review.


The PIRRS is supported by five of the industry's leading associations; the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR), the British Beer & Pubs Association (BBPA) , the British Institute of Innkeeping (BII), the Federation of Licensed Victuallers Association (FLVA), and the Guild of Master Victuallers (GMV) form PIRRS.


PIRRS has been in operation since 2009 and has been successful in improving dialogue and resolving rent disputes. You can find out more on the PIRRS website below.


For disputes relating to issues other than rent the Pubs Independent Conciliation and Arbitration Service (PICA-Service) offers an accessible, independent, low cost dispute resolution service, to the licensed industry.


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