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Companies House guidance updated

Companies House guidance updated

Companies House has updated its guidance to businesses. You can use a same day service to electronically file a change of company name, or incorporate a company (software filing only) but you must apply before 11am for changes to be made the that day. However, all other same day services have been suspended until further...

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Dates for lockdown relaxations in Northern Ireland

Dates for lockdown relaxations in Northern Ireland

The Northern Ireland Executive has agreed a package of relaxations to the current COVID health regulations, allowing non-essential retail to reopen on 30 April. 23 April Close contact services, hairdressers and beauty salons, reopen Outdoors visitor attractions reopen Outdoor competitive sport will be allowed with numbers not exceeding 100; no spectators allowed. 30 April All...

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Local Authority powers during the roadmap

Local Authority powers during the roadmap

The Government has updated the Guidance on the powers that local authorities have in England to enforce restrictions during the different steps of the roadmap. Local Authorities have three main powers: Coronavirus Improvement Notice (CIN) A Coronavirus Improvement Notice can be issued by a local authority when a business is failing to fulfil a provision...

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New Countryside Code as lockdown eases

New Countryside Code as lockdown eases

A new, refreshed Countryside Code has been launched by Natural England and Natural Resources Wales, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the creation of the founding booklet. With more people enjoying the outdoors than ever before, the code has been revised to help people enjoy countryside in a safe and respectful way. This update –...

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BEIS Business Reference Panel responds to questions

BEIS Business Reference Panel responds to questions

At a recent BEIS Business Reference Panel meeting, a number of questions were raised relating to the re-opening in England (Step 2) and beyond.  Government Departments’ responses have now been given to questions on: Whether mask wearing will continue beyond 21 June and whether companies can enforce this upon staff? (A: currently still under consideration.)...

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ICO produces toolkit for businesses using data analytics

ICO produces toolkit for businesses using data analytics

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has produced a toolkit for organisations considering using data analytics, especially if your business is at the beginning of your data analytics project lifecycle. It will help such businesses to recognise some of the central risks to the rights and freedoms of individuals created by the use of data analytics...

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England’s Roadmap – additional guidance

England’s Roadmap – additional guidance

The Cabinet Office has issued further guidance on which businesses will be allowed to reopen at each stage of the Westminster Government’s Roadmap for taking England out of lockdown – see below for timescales and details. Not before 29 MARCH 2021 Outdoor sports facilities are able to open, including: gyms swimming pools sports courts (such...

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Government guidance on closing businesses in England

Government guidance on closing businesses in England

Below is an extract from the guidance on closing businesses – new Regulations were published on 4 January 2021 but the rules on closing certain businesses and venues date from 20 December 2020 and remain current. “What can be done in businesses that are closed As well as specific exemptions as set out in their...