A range of business support measures have been made available to UK businesses and employees.
The government has released its latest guide for employees, employers and businesses.
Bromley Council has begun contacting businesses eligible for the government grants announced in response to coronavirus.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a support package for self-employed workers saying "you have not been forgotten."
On 25th March, the government amended its guidance to local authorities on the application of rates relief for 2020/21 to include estate agents and casinos.
Planning rules will be relaxed so pubs and restaurants can operate as hot food takeaways during the coronavirus outbreak.
Commercial tenants who cannot pay their rent because of coronavirus will be protected from eviction.
On 23 March the Government stepped up measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Recently the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) reported a new trend in fraud related to Coronavirus, or COVID-19. Below is an update from Action Fraud, the National Fraud & Cyber Crime Reporting Centre.
Along with the news that all cinemas, gyms and leisure centres, cafes, pubs and restaurants must close Ė except for takeaway food, the government outilned further support for business and workers through the Coronavirus.
The Coronavirus has had an unprecedented effect on our nationís health and the way we interact societally. This has had a significant impact on the commercial sector-fiscally and the risk of increased anti-social behaviour in our
The Covid-19 outbreak has created an unprecedented challenge to society, and we recognise some business premises are changing the times that they are open and have staff on their premises.
Below are some of the key points from the government's package of temporary measures to support businesses through the period of disruption caused by COVID-19.
Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak MP, announced today (11th March) that Business Rates for eligible businesses will be cut completely for the next financial year, and commited to a long called for review of the tax later in
Orpingtonís town centre businesses are taking advantage of Orpington 1stís Savings Advisory Service in partnership with Meercat Associates, which now also includes fire alram services.
In addition to Utlities, Merchant Fees and telecomms, BID levy payers can now also enjoy savings on complete fire detection and suppression systems and services from local firm Integr8.
Security Minister James Brokenshire today (24th February) announced plans to introduce a law which will require owners and operators of public spaces and venues to put in place measures to keep the public safe from a terrorist att
Orpingtonís new Member of Parliament Gareth Bacon made his maiden speech in the House of Commons, mentioning the work of Orpington 1st Business Improvement District in supporting the town centre and promising to be a strong voice
This year, standards for heavy diesel vehicles in the London-wide Low Emission Zone (LEZ) are getting tougher. This is a key next step in the Mayorís action to clean up Londonís toxic air.