Coronavirus: important travel update

In line with Government plans to increase national rail services, TfL is working hard to return Tube and bus services to normal levels while many of their staff are themselves ill, shielding or self-isolating. By next week TfL plans to increase service levels to around 85 per cent on the bus network, 75 per cent […]

B P Collins law firm announces three promotions

B P Collins announces three promotions Simon Carroll is promoted to partner in the dispute resolution practice Lawyers in the wills, trusts and probate and dispute resolution teams are also promoted Simon Carroll has been promoted to partner in B P Collins’ dispute resolution team. An experienced commercial and regulatory litigator and solicitor-advocate, Simon will […]

Moore Kingston Smith’s digest of the latest Coronavirus advice

Here is our weekly roundup of guidance to support businesses in managing the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). For the most up-to-date advice, please visit our Coronavirus hub or contact our experts Accounting for furlough payments Here is our analysis of the accounting rules applicable to furlough grants. Read more What do employers do when […]

Raise the bar campaign

For more information about Raise the Bar Campaign calling on the government to increase the rateable value limit for Small Business grants from £51,000 to £150,00 click here

Brunel University London is crowdfunding with Brunel University London

Brunel ‘Makers’ NHS (and Care Homes) Protective Garment project will produce much-needed PPE for frontline health care workers Hospital and health care workers across the country have been relying heavily on public support following a failure by authorities to secure ample and correct Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). brunel.hubbub.net For more information click here and here

Advice from Small Business Commissioner

Businesses that are having cash flow difficulties because of late payment of invoices by large businesses can now get help from the Small Business Commissioner, Philip King. He is appointed by the Government but is independent and has a good track record in getting payment problems resolved. The following link tells you about his role […]

Moore Kingston Smith’s digest of the latest Coronavirus advice

Here is our weekly roundup of guidance to support businesses in managing the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). For the most up-to-date advice, please visit our Coronavirus hub, which has been refreshed so you can easily find the content you need, or contact our experts Free tax code checks for retired workers returning to the […]

Request for Coronavirus Grant

Please see below advice given by the London Borough of Hillingdon’s Business Rates team Important Coronavirus Support The Government has announced a 12-month business rates holiday for all businesses entitled to retail relief, in addition to those already receiving 100% small business rate . Therefore any business which is registered to pay business rates with […]

Delivering through advertsity

In normal times, our people move about – a lot. We visit sites, meet planning officers, talk to community leaders and generally hit the road, checking out existing projects and looking over new ones. We aren’t doing any of that right now. And it feels strange. But, like many businesses, we are finding other ways […]