Our latest updates for those involved in the Scottish Food & Drink sector include: the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation agreement; the Trade and Agriculture Commission Issues report; the Scotland Food & Drink Recovery Plan; and an update from the Groceries Code Adjudicator.
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Many restaurant and licensed trade operators will be looking at car parks, service yards and other outdoor areas with a view to using these for impromptu outdoor restaurants, cafes or pop up bars as the hospitality industry in Scotland gears up for the provisional re-opening date of 15 July. While there will be an understandable rush to get venues ready for any change in the lockdown, and the authorities are showing a willingness to be flexible, there are still potential pitfalls with serious repercussions for operators.
As the Coronavirus measures have stepped up, the UK & Scottish Governments have declared that all pubs, clubs, restaurants and non-essential retail should close. Lockdown is firmly underway. Here we look at what this means for licensed premise operators.
Following Scottish and UK Government guidance that members of the public should not frequent pubs, clubs and restaurants for the foreseeable future, can such premises, from a licensing compliance perspective, can offer home delivery and/or takeaway from their premises?
With the rising number of UK Coronavirus cases, the question of eligibility for Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) is an important one for many employers and employees.