Tag: legislation

Sainsbury’s Speaks Out Against Longer Sunday Trading Hours

Posted on 14 July, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

During the Olympic Games, an influx of visitors to the UK provided a welcome boost for retail businesses, with tourism spending for 2012 rocketing as a result. In part, this was due to the relaxation of Sunday trading laws, allowing larger stores to open for... Read More

US Federal Government Programme for Refinancing Commercial Properties Ending

Posted on 25 September, 2012 by Jodee Redmond under Worldwide Property News

The federal government has announced that its two-year programme that allowed small businesses to refinance commercial real estate mortgages will be ending.... Read More

Health and Safety Takes a U-Turn

Posted on 11 September, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Business News

Over the last few decades health and safety policies in the UK have slowly become stricter.... Read More

Changes to Consumer Law Outlined

Posted on 30 July, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

Last week, a Bill proposing alterations to consumer laws was accepted by Government, who wish to encourage spending in a bid to pick up Britain’s lagging economy... Read More

New Laws Announced to Protect Shoppers

Posted on 17 July, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

New laws are being introduced under the Consumer Bill of Rights to ensure shoppers are better protected against issues that they are faced with when shopping in commercial properties.... Read More

Can a 1.68 Acre Site be Bought for Only 40 Pence?

Posted on 27 January, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Business News, Commercial Sales and Lets, Economy, Industry News

The Scottish Government have decided to restore an old legislation, which could mean that land and commercial properties could be bought for pennies rather than millions.... Read More