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Coronavirus: General support for businesses
Since March 2020, we have been sending regular updates to ensure that our clients and contacts are kept up to date with the latest COVID-19 business support initiatives. You can receive these updates direct to your own inbox by completing the form below.
During COVID-19, general practice services rapidly adapted to new NHS England and Public Health England legislation to keep patients and employees safe, maintain infection control and allow general practice workers to continue delivering care (should they need to self-isolate).
The term ‘Pingdemic’ has become a widely used way to describe the role that the NHS Track and Trace system has played in the pandemic.
As we approach the point when businesses may no longer be obliged to have employees working from home if possible, many will be considering the ways they intend to use offices and workplaces in future.
As we pass the anniversary of the first lockdown many of us will be reflecting on a year like no other.
A new growth accelerator has been put in place to support manufacturing, engineering and logistics businesses in and around Boston, Grimsby and Scunthorpe.
As restrictions continue to ease and businesses return to more normal trading, the Budget may have passed many by.
From March to October each year, the Lincolnshire coast comes alive for the official holiday season.
Under the Prime Minister’s indicative timeframe, the final lockdown restrictions should be lifted on or after Monday, 21 June.
A report that we have co-authored has revealed the impact that COVID-19 has had on school finances.
It was the news that every business owner was dreading, but now a second UK-wide lockdown is upon us, forcing a wide range of businesses to shut until December.
As part of their Winter Economy Plan, the government recently announced the launch of their enhanced Time to Pay service.
Open businesses which are experiencing considerable difficulty will be given extra help to retain employees as government significantly increases contribution to wage costs under the Job Support Scheme and business contributions drop to 5%.
With the UK reeling from one of the biggest economic shocks as a result of the pandemic, and with waves of the virus expected to last through the winter, businesses across the country need to rapidly adapt their practices and procedures to suit the current situation.
As uncertainty around COVID-19 continues and the colder months draw in, the next six months will be a very difficult time for businesses and their workers across Lincolnshire. Fortunately, more government support has been announced, with major changes set to begin almost immediately.
We offer a range of business support services to businesses and individuals across the East Midlands, supporting clients in Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Rutland.