The service is free to users because Locals on Line, a not for profit organisation set up by the British Beer and Pub Association and the Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations, covers ongoing connectivity charges.
What does FLVA stand for?
FLVA stands for Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations ``WE are very disappointed (with the amendment),'' said chief executive Tony Payne.
Tony Payne, chief executive of the Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations, said: "The new law will be safer for people because they won't all try to get a limited amount of taxis at the same time.
The move, announced yesterday, was welcomed by Tony Payne, chief executive of the Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations.
The Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations is so concerned it has issued guidelines to landlords.
Her comments were backed by John Hudson, proprietor of the Crossways Hotel in Thornley, Durham, for the past 17 years, and president of the Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations.
Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations chief executive Tony Payne said: "When councils started to allow bars to build in city centre strips and then granted them licences we warned this would bring too many people from different backgrounds all together and make it impossible to control.