Reopening or Returning to your Workplace Guidance

Preparation is vital for a smooth transition from lockdown to reopening of your business. We have created the checklist document which complements the guidelines produced by the UK’s Government and contains the main points you should consider before reopening of your business. Download below.
4 June 2020

From 15th June: All other non-essential retail can reopen as long as the social distance is in place, including: 

  • food retailers
  • chemists
  • hardware/homeware stores
  • fashion shops
  • charity shops
  • betting shops and arcades
  • tailors, dress fitters and fashion designers
  • car dealerships
  • auction houses
  • antique stores
  • retail art galleries
  • photography studios
  • gift shops and retail spaces in theatres, museums, libraries, heritage sites and tourism sites
  • mobile phone stores
  • indoor and outdoor markets
  • craft fairs
  • similar types of retail.

here is the list of businesses who must remain closed.

You will also find useful information from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy webinars, click here

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