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With the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) the operation of businesses across all sectors is being severely challenged.
The covid-19 pandemic has dominated all aspects of our lives for over a year now and the effect on the licensed trade has been well reported. It became clear very early on that home deliveries of both food and alcohol were set to boom as premises were forced to close and many off-licences, bars and restaurants across the country successfully took advantage of this new market. More recently our Licensing team have since seen a rise in enquiries regarding remote sales of alcohol via food and drinks packages, hampers, new online stores etc. These have understandably become very popular while most of us have been stuck at home and it has been great to see so many businesses launching or adapting in a difficult time. If you are thinking about going down this route yourself it’s important to ensure you are compliant with licensing legislation. Here we take a look at the key considerations for online businesses.
Asbestos are materials that were commonly used in the building industry until 1999. They were cheaply and widely available. However, they had grave impacts to the health of people working with the materials or being exposed to the materials. In 1999, the use of asbestos materials was completely prohibited.