Penningtons Manches Cooper

Coronavirus – Issues for businesses #1

During this extraordinary time of global uncertainty political and economic measures are being introduced on a daily basis that will affect how we live and work in the short and medium term.
 
Databasix Kellie Peters

Free webinar ‘You’ve Got Mail’

The current situation with the coronavirus means inboxes are filling up (once again) with companies sending out information about their response, messages from CEOs, or offering services that may be of use to us all in these strangest of times. 'It's GDPR all over again' we've heard you cry!
 
Julia Ferguson - Moorcrofts

COVID-19 The implications for commercial Landlords and Tenants

As the Government's plans to control the spread of COVID-19 continue to evolve, with remote working and the closure of pubs, restaurants and non-essential shops, Moorcrofts commercial property look at some of the implications for Landlords and Tenants of commercial premises and some of the options available to those parties to mitigate the current financial pressures.
 
Freeths Corona Virus help page

Freeths Corona Virus help page

Since the first indications of the potential impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on international trade, Freeths have been advising our clients on how to manage that impact within their business.
 
COVID-19: who bears the contractual risk for construction project delivery?

COVID-19: who bears the contractual risk for construction project delivery?

The ultimate trajectory of COVID-19 in the uk remains uncertain, at the time of writing, the government anticipates it will “spread in a significant way” – and supply chain issues look set to extend well beyond panic buying of hand sanitiser and toilet roll.
 
Ian Parker

Advice on selling farm dwellings before capital gains tax rule change

Capital gains tax (CGT) rules on residential property are being tightened from April 2020, so farmers and landowners should consider completing any planned sales before this deadline, advises experts at Whitley Stimpson.
 
John Kennedy - flexible funding

The benefits and advantages of short-term funding for business

The demand for short term asset backed finance (also known as “bridging” finance) continues to increase year on year due to the ongoing lack of appetite and responsiveness from mainstream high street banks.
 
Critchley Budget 2020 Review

Download Critchley’s Budget 2020 Review

Catch up with the recent Budget, by reviewing Critchleys Budget 2020 briefing notes.
 
Tony haines - Wenn Townsend

Download Wenn Townsends Budget Booklet

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his first Budget on Wednesday 11 March 2020. In his speech he stated ‘we are at the beginning of a new era in this country.
 
Garry White

There was a lot of spending but where were the cuts?

The root and branch review of the fiscal framework looks interesting and could imply austerity is well and truly over in the light of low interest rates.