Check out the Orpington town centre restaurants offering food for takeaway or delivery.
SHOPS On Monday 23rd March the Prime Minister announced that all shops selling non basic necessities will close. Retailers will still be able to take online orders and deliver items to your home. The following retail is [...]
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.
THE UKís largest opticians and audiologists, Specsavers, has suspended all routine testing for the foreseeable future to focus on essential and urgent care only.
Orpington has a strong sense of place and at its heart is a vibrant and engaged community; a community which now finds itself facing one of its greatest ever challenges. The challenge, though, is being met with a tremendous spirit
Volunteers from the Orpington Unit of St John Ambulance are stepping up and giving their time for free to help the NHS during these unprecedented times.
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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."
Sainsbury's CEO has written to customers about what they are doing to keep customers and colleagues safe in stores and get food to those that need it the most. Read the full letter below:
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.
Tesco CEO Dave Lewis has written to customers setting out the measures Tesco is taking to "provide more of the food that people need, in a safe and clean environment." Read the full communication below.
The UK Government has today launched a GOV.UK Coronavirus Information service on WhatsApp.
Planning rules will be relaxed so pubs and restaurants can operate as hot food takeaways during the coronavirus outbreak.
Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick announces £3.2 million emergency funding to help rough sleepers to self-isolate.
As Businesses across the region, and across industries, are facing major challenges and are struggling to make plans for an uncertain future. Thackray Williams have set up a free legal advice line to businesses in the wake of the
Students and staff at London South East Colleges have come together to support the community at this difficult time by donating much needed food items to local foodbanks.
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.
Following recent Government advice and health guidance, Areli and the team have made the decision to postpone the event.
Orpington 1st joined Business Improvement Districts across London in signing a letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer calling for a complete review of all business taxes, ahead of his budget statement next week.
Following the closure of the public vote for Favourite Business and Best Employee we're pleased to announce the full shortlists.
Ravensbourne Rotary Club awarded donations from their Small Community Grants Fund to several local charities at their regular meeting venue, The Bromley Court Hotel on Wednesday 19 February.
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