The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020 will apply to all new specified tenancies from 1 July 2020 and all existing tenancies from 1 April 2021.
In response to the Covid-19 outbreak, Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP can reassure you that we are taking all necessary measures to ensure that we can provide continuity of service to you.
We have an internal task-force and deputies, as defined by our business continuity plan, to ensure that our business runs smoothly during this difficult situation.
As well as performing ‘dry-run’ tests to ensure our workforce is able to work remotely, we also have in place containment plans that include limiting travel and access to our building and extending our remote meeting capability. We are confident about our capacity to continue to deliver effectively whether located in our offices or dispersed in the interests of protecting our staff and service to clients.
Should you have any queries, do contact us via email@example.com or if you have a specific legal query where we can help you relating to how Covid-19/Coronavirus is affecting you, do get in touch via the contacts on our sector pages.
Further information on the steps taken as part of our response to COVID please click here.
We've been producing ebriefings and advice about covid-19 where we can, and we've issued a lot this week. If you've missed any, we've compiled them here.
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In this our third Coronavirus briefing, we will address the latest employment developments and their implications for employers and employees.
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During this period of uncertainty, many of you are unsure as to how the new government measures will affect respective parents spending time with their children.
Last week, the Lord Chancellor approved the issue of the Pilot Practice Direction, which affects the Health, Education and Social Care Chamber of the First Tier Tribunal (mental health).
Employers should not undervalue the risks that lone working can pose to the health and safety of its employees.