Category Government Guidance,

LIVING IN TIER 3: USEFUL LINKS AND GUIDANCE FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES

Here are a series of guides and useful links for individuals and families living in Tier 3 area. GUIDANCE FOR INDIVIDUALS Age UK – Tier 3 – Very High Alert: what it means for you The Telegraph – Tier 3 lockdown rules: what are the new restrictions for ‘very high’ alert areas? Which? – Travel and holiday rules […]

WORKING IN TIER 3: USEFUL LINKS FOR BUSINESS

There are some useful guides in relation to businesses operating in Tier 3. GUIDANCE FOR BUSINESSES  Gov.uk – Plan for Jobs: Chancellor increases financial support for businesses and workers DWF – Job Support Scheme – Further extension for businesses which remain open Business Live – What help is there for Tier 3 businesses forced to close? Natwest – How […]

GUIDES TO CURRENT RESTRICTIONS DUE TO COVID 19: LIVERPOOL AND THE REST OF ENGLAND

The current regulations governing conduct of individuals and businesses are extremely complex.  We have collected guidance that sets these out in simple terms.    LIVERPOOL Liverpool City Council – Local restrictions in Liverpool Department of Health and Social Care – Local COVID alert level: very high (Liverpool City Region) Department of Health and Social Care – Local COVID […]

THE LATEST COVID REGULATIONS: PRACTICAL GUIDANCE

The Regulations governing activity as a result of COVID have been introduced rapidly.   In an attempt to help people and businesses keep up to date here are a series of links to practical guidance on the Regulations.     GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE The government has issued specific guidance for each of the areas with local restrictions: […]

Going to a court or tribunal during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak: Guidance from Gov.Uk

Government guidance as to attending a court or tribunal in person was updated earlier this month. Contents Overview If we confirmed your hearing is going ahead On the day of your hearing Overview HMCTS has introduced social distancing measures and extra cleaning in courts and tribunals to protect you and our staff. This guide will help you […]

The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions on Gatherings) (North of England) Regulations 2020

These Regulations were made today (4th August 2020) and come into force on the 5th August 2020.  They place increased restrictions on meeting in households in large parts of north of England including Greater Manchester, Bradford and Kirklees.  A gathering of two or more persons in a private house, of people from different households, is […]

The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) (No. 3) Regulations 2020

These Regulations were made on the 17th July 2020 and came into force on the 18th July 2020.   They give a considerable amount of power to local authorities and are best read in conjunction with the Statutory guidance available here.      SUMMARY OF THE REGULATIONS This is summarised in the Statutory guidance. “On 18 […]

CORPORATE INSOLVENCY AND GOVERNANCE BILL FAST-TRACKED THROUGH PARLIAMENT: A SUMMARY OF KEY POINTS,A FORTHCOMING WEBINAR AND HOW TO GET A FREE GUIDE TO THE ACT

We have already seen cases where  the fact that the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill is passing through Parliament has had an impact on judicial decision making.  Here Louis Doyle QC  takes us through the key elements of the Bill. Note that there are details of a free webinar that Louis is taking part in. […]

KINGS CHAMBERS BARRISTER HELPS LOCAL AUTHORITY WITH THEIR PANDEMIC RESPONSE

Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council last week published its COVID19 planning response detailing steps taken to encourage economic recovery and respond to developers’ needs. Sefton’s pro-active approach has already received praise, with the ‘Have We Got Planning News for You’ webcast naming Sefton ‘Champion of the Week’ for the Council’s positive approach to tackling COVID19-related planning […]

More face-to-face hearings as courts reopen: guidance published today

The Ministry of Justice and HM Courts & Tribunals Service published a press release today highlighting the fact that more face-to-face hearings are likely to take place as the courts open up. THE PRESS RELEASE 159 HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) locations have remained open throughout the pandemic and a further 9 have opened […]