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House of Lords debate on tourism

House of Lords debate on tourism

On 24 June, there was a spirited debate in the House of Lords on the subject of tourism. There were a number of incisive contributions on the main issues impacting the sector at the moment. One of the key concerns that emerged was the view that more than just the voucher scheme and a new...

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Changes to CJRS from 1 July 2021

Changes to CJRS from 1 July 2021

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has been extended until 30 September 2021.  However, changes will come in in July. Changes to the level of grant from 1 July 2021 From 1 July 2021, the level of grant will be reduced and businesses will be asked to contribute towards the cost of their furloughed employees’...

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Temporary insolvency measures extended

Temporary insolvency measures extended

The Insolvency Service has announced that regulations are set to be laid that will mean restrictions on statutory demands and winding up petitions will remain for a further three months until 30 September 2021 with a view to protecting companies from creditor enforcement action where their debts relate to the pandemic.

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Grant eligibility rules updated

Grant eligibility rules updated

The guidance for Additional Restrictions Grants (ARGs) has been updated to highlight the businesses that are eligible, and this has been extended to businesses that are being impacted by the delay in moving to Step 4. The guidance now states that: Local councils have the freedom to determine the eligibility criteria for these grants. However,...

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Eviction protection extended for commercial tenants

Eviction protection extended for commercial tenants

MHCLG and BEIS have announced that the existing measures in place to protect commercial tenants from eviction will be extended to 25 March 2022. They also announced that legislation will be introduced in this session to ringfence outstanding unpaid rent that has built up when a business has had to remain closed during the pandemic....

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New CJRS form for use after 27 May

New CJRS form for use after 27 May

A new template has been developed for businesses that have between 16 and 99 people on furlough under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). If you’re claiming for 16-99 employees on or after 27 May 2021, you’ll need to use the template to upload a file containing the following information for each employee: full name...

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Resource support for businesses updated

Resource support for businesses updated

The Government’s resource support site has been revised to include: an updated webinar on the SEISS Fourth Grant an updated webinar on the Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme a new YouTube video for the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme Follow this link for more information on support for businesses.

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Further support for businesses in Wales

Further support for businesses in Wales

As Wales’ COVID case rate continues to fall, its first minister, Mark Drakeford, has confirmed indoor hospitality can reopen from 17 May – in line with similar rules in England and Scotland. Mr Drakeford said extra funding will also be made available for hospitality businesses still affected by COVID restrictions to “support firms and safeguard...

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Extension to payment deadlines

Extension to payment deadlines

Payment deadlines have been extended for the following schemes: LRSG (Open) LRSG (Sector) LRSG (Closed) LRSG (Closed) Addendum LRSG (Closed) Addendum: Tier 4 LRSG (Closed) Addendum: 5 January onwards (first 6-week payment only) Closed Businesses Lockdown Payment. Local Authorities now have until 14May 2021 to make payments to businesses that have applied for any of...

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