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Childcare & Education1/15/2021

Opinion: ‘Tax bills on the sale of nurseries could double under new recommendations’

New recommendations to more closely align Capital Gains Tax with Income Tax rates could have far reaching consequences for the childcare sector, says Christie & Co’s David Eaves.

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Hotels1/8/2021

UK Hotel Reopening Trends in 2020

2020 has been a tumultuous year for hoteliers across the world. For the first time in recent history, all hoteliers have been faced with the difficult choice of either remaining open or temporarily closing the doors of their business. We have taken a look back at the trends in the UK during the first and second lockdown and present the overall reopening picture of the hotel market.

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Pubs1/6/2021

Additional grants announced in light of Lockdown 3.0 in England

On Tuesday 5 January 2021, The Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a new support package worth £4.6 billion will be made available to aid businesses and protect jobs through to the Spring.

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Care12/22/2020

Simon Harvey: 20 years of care in the South West

2020 has been a significant year for many, and not always for the right reasons.

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Care12/8/2020

Scotland's new building design standards and regulations and what they mean for your care business

In April 2018 the ‘Building better care homes for adults’ publication came into effect setting out minimum requirements for environmental standards in care homes.

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11/26/2020

How will the new COVID-19 Restriction Tiers affect hospitality businesses?

Last week, as part of his Winter Plan announcement, the Prime Minister confirmed that the national restrictions in England will end on 2 December and that the country will move into a stricter three-tier system when we exit lockdown.

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11/26/2020

Spending Review 2020 Update

Yesterday, Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered the government’s spending plans for health, education, transport and other public services over the next year.

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Retail11/18/2020

Retail Market Insight | Forecourt values unlikely to be affected by government announcement to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles from 2030

The forecourt property market (excluding showrooms so essentially PFS) is very much driven by retailers seeking to trade FMCG (fast moving consumer goods) and food to go. Buyers pay for earning potential measured by profitability.

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Hotels11/8/2020

England Lockdown 2.0: Government support for Hospitality

On Saturday 31 October, Boris Johnson addressed the nation with news that a second national lockdown would come into effect as of Thursday 5 November. The new four-week lockdown was deemed a necessary step in curbing the steep rise in COVID-19 cases and subsequent increase in virus-related hospital admissions across the UK.

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Dental Practices11/5/2020

Competition rises as corporate firms remain hungry for dental acquisitions

2020 has undoubtedly been a year of unprecedented challenges for all businesses.

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