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Retail, Food & Hospitality Regulatory Update W/E 12th July

13 July 2020

Retail, Food & Hospitality regulatory update W/E 12th July. COVID-19 government information published this week. 

Important Updates

COVID-19 government information published this week:

  • Dept for Business – Provision of close contact services. View > View >
  • Performing arts. View > View >
  • Sports, Gym and Leisure facilities. View > View > View >
  • Launch of Recovery advice scheme. View >
  • Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport – Accommodation providers. View >
  • Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government – Closure of businesses and venues in England. View >
  • Scottish Government – Movement to ‘Phase 3’ easing of lockdown. View > View >
  • Welsh Government -  Relaxation of visitor, hospitality, and leisure and tourism restrictions View >

UK government introduce scheme to encourage the public to return to dining out safely: Restaurants and other establishments serving food for on-premises consumption can use the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme to offer a discount to diners encouraging them to eat at your restaurant. Customers do not need a voucher as participating establishments will just remove the discount from their bill. Businesses simply reclaim the discounted amount through an online service, supported by HMRC. View > View >


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