Norfolk Business News

Coronavirus
23/12/2020
On Wednesday 23 December, Matt Hancock announced thst Norfolk will be moving to Tier 4 restrictions from 00.01 Hrs on Boxing Day (26 December 2020).   Tier 4 restrictions for businesses and venues: Businesses and venues which must close To reduce social contact, the regulations require some...
General
22/12/2020
For December we are running our Christmas Countdown of Charities here at Norfolk Chambers, where throughout the month we will be sharing stories and updates from a variety of Norfolk Charities. Below is a recap list of the Charities we shared last week, along with links to the posts we sent out on...
Coronavirus
21/12/2020
Commenting on the introduction of ‘Tier 4’ of Coronavirus restrictions in England, with many businesses once again forced to close their doors from 20th December, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said: “Christmas was already cancelled for many businesses, but even more will now suffer as a...
Coronavirus
17/12/2020
Commenting on the extension of government-backed loan schemes - the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme, Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme and Bounce Back Loan Scheme – until the end of April, announced today by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, BCC Head of Economics...
General
17/12/2020
BAM Farrans Joint Venture (BFJV) are undertaking the main works contract for Great Yarmouth Third River Crossing on behalf of Norfolk County Council. BFJV is committed to a local supply chain and working with local companies. Over 80% of our sub‐contractors are Small and Medium Enterprises (SME’s)...
General
16/12/2020
  With the busy festive season approaching, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is calling on East of England’s 1,154,200 Self Assessment customers not to miss the 31 January deadline. The 2019-20 tax return can be finalised at any time up to the deadline but HMRC is encouraging customers to complete it...
Policy
16/12/2020
Great Yarmouth’s Third River Crossing is one of Norfolk County Council’s most significant infrastructure development projects in recent years and will integrate with several other local development projects set to transform the town of Great Yarmouth. The Great Yarmouth Third River Crossing will...
Brexit
15/12/2020
There’s no doubt that many business owners and managers will have hundreds of questions and concerns about the direct impact of Brexit on organisations. But what about the effects on the end consumer? It’s essential that businesses understand how buying trends and consumer rights may be affected to...
General
15/12/2020
For December we are running our Christmas Countdown of Charities here at Norfolk Chambers, where throughout the month we will be sharing stories and updates from a variety of Norfolk Charities. Below is a recap list of the Charities we shared last week, along with links to the posts we sent out on...
Brexit
11/12/2020
There has been a positive response to the updated UK Border Operating Model from the International Meat Trade Association (IMTA). However they have stressed that clarification is needed on important details such as the certification for imports, check frequency from July next year and the locations...

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