Posted: 16 September 2020
Provisions are to be introduced to prevent commercial tenants from being evicted until the end of the year (unless extended again). This means that commercial tenants which have not paid March, June and September quarters’ rent cannot be evicted.
The announcement can be found here:
Detailed rules are awaited.
Posted: 10 September 2020
Companies House are resuming the voluntary strike off process today, which had been suspended in April this year, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Any company that made an application to be struck off before July this year will be struck off and dissolved over the next 4 weeks.
Companies House are due to resume the compulsory strike off process, for those companies that do not appear to be active and have not kept up to date with their filing requirements, from 10 October.
For more information visit: www.gov.uk/government/news/companies-house-resumes-voluntary-strike-off-process
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“Businesses in England that are required to shut because of local interventions will now be able to claim up to £1,500 per property every three weeks.”
Read the Government Update here: www.gov.uk/government/news/ministers-announce-new-grants-for-businesses-affected-by-local-lockdowns
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The announcement this afternoon was that group sizes will be limited to 6 from Monday.
There are a number of exemptions to this, including households which themselves are larger than 6, education, work, organised team sports, etc. Pubs and restaurants can have more than 6 people in – but separate groups of people within them must be no more than 6. (more…)Read More
Posted: 09 September 2020
“Up to £3.5bn in Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme payments may have been claimed fraudulently or paid out in error, the government has said.” Read the BBC news article here: www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-54066815
It is the Employers responsibility to ensure that they, and their employees are following the furlough scheme rules, and have not been overpaid.
If you believe you have overclaimed / been overpaid, click here to see your options to correct your claims via CJRS.
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Posted: 07 September 2020
The Government has today published detailed guidance on wedding cancellations or postponements affected by COVID-19, together with its views on how the law applies to contracts with providers of wedding venues, suppliers & refunds.
Posted: 03 September 2020
Details have been published on the Kickstart scheme to provide employment opportunities to young people.
The scheme is aimed at finding work placements for unemployed 16-24 year olds.
The BBC news article is useful in explaining the scheme in outline:
Detailed guidance is available here:
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In December 2018 the courts ruled that the transitional measures introduced during the 2015 public service pension scheme reforms directly discriminated against some younger pension scheme members.
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Posted: 26 August 2020
HMRC has started compliance reviews into furlough claims. For more information click here: https://www.att.org.uk/technical/news/coronavirus-job-retention-scheme-compliance-letters
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