Open for Businesses during Covid-19 (Coronavirus) – May 2020 Update
Many business were told in March to close by Government until further notice, in an attempt to help reduce the spread of Covid-19. These restrictions were to be reviewed every 28 days.
As a result some of the local businesses have ceased trading indefinitely.
Read the Government publication here – https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-regulations-created-by-secretary-of-state-for-business-closure-covid-19
May 2020 Update
However, some businesses have continued to trade with revised opening hours, as well as variations to the goods and services their regular customers may be familiar with and the way in which they are sold.
For example – some businesses have stopped customers entering their store, but are accepting advance telephone orders for collection at the door.
Others may be providing a delivery service, where they may not have previously.
Businesses that continue to trade and are allowing customers into their premises (where permitted), are enforcing ‘social distancing’ measures both indoors and where customers may be queuing outside.
Read more about Social Distancing measures here – https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/full-guidance-on-staying-at-home-and-away-from-others
w/c 4th May
It is anticipated that the Government will be making a further announcement on the current ‘lock down’ measures and what that means for local businesses in the coming days.
Businesses that are still open
See which businesses are still trading by following the link to the Council’s website below –
Are you a business owner?
If your business is still trading – please email firstname.lastname@example.org
In your email, please provide details of the most up to date opening hours, whether you are offering collection only services, a reduced stock offer or any other details you feel are applicable. Please also provide details on the steps you have taken to comply with ‘Social Distancing’ measures.
The Council are listing details of all businesses in Broxtowe, with any details received in order to keep residents informed about how they can continue to access vital goods and services.