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Northern Ireland: update as at 30 April

Northern Ireland: update as at 30 April

The current coronavirus restrictions in Northern Ireland are law (through regulation) which everyone is legally required to comply with. These regulations will next be reviewed on Thursday 13 May 2021. Anyone who can work from home must work from home.  Those who cannot work from home, for example, workers in construction, manufacturing, logistics or distribution can continue...

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Wales brings forward relaxation of measures to 3 May

Wales brings forward relaxation of measures to 3 May

The Welsh Government has confirmed further relaxations will be brought forward from 17 May to Monday 3 May.  This means Wales will have completed the move to Alert Level 3 by 3 May. From Saturday 24 April, the rule of 6 will allow for up to 6 people from 6 households to meet outdoors. The...

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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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Lockdown relaxations in Northern Ireland – parks reopening

Lockdown relaxations in Northern Ireland – parks reopening

The Northern Ireland Executive has agreed a package of relaxations to the current COVID health regulations, allowing holiday parks where accommodation is self-contained 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...

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Welsh Government accelerates easing of restrictions

Welsh Government accelerates easing of restrictions

The Welsh Government has announced that it will be accelerating elements of its programme to relax COVID-19 restrictions. The Welsh Government took the first step to easing restrictions on 27 March when caravan parks and other self-contained accommodation were able to open to people living within Wales. People living across the Welsh border were then allowed to return to holiday parks...

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Wales: Coronavirus Guidance for tourism and hospitality businesses

Wales: Coronavirus Guidance for tourism and hospitality businesses

As Wales moves towards its phased re-opening, holiday parks need to be aware of the Guidance for Tourism and Hospitality businesses.  The Welsh Government points out that as all premises are different, businesses should read all guidance to understand the measures to be considered to re-open the business safely. The following additional measures are intended to...

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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.) Lateral...

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Chapter and verse on how self-contained accommodation can open in England

Chapter and verse on how self-contained accommodation can open in England

Overnight leisure stays in self-contained accommodation will be permitted in England from 12 April. This is defined as accommodation in which facilities including: kitchens, sleeping areas, bathrooms and indoor communal areas such as lounges, sitting areas, and any lifts, staircases or internal corridors used to access the accommodation are restricted to exclusive use of a single...

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