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Devonshires’ Debt Management – Advice for Businesses
Cash is King and every business needs a detailed monthly cash flow. To assist businesses the Government have initiated the following schemes.
The Coronavirus Act 2020
The provisions of the Coronavirus Act 2020 which relate to residential tenancies are now in force.
Managing your debt recovery
During this difficult period, prompt payments will be more important than ever to ensure businesses can continue to function, support their staff and maintain social cohesion.
Devonshires Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Our primary focus is to maintain operations to support our clients whilst also ensuring the wellbeing of our staff and the communities in which we live and work.
Summary of Key Budget Announcements for Housing Providers
Following today's Budget announcement, the first since December's general election, Rishi Sunak has provided much to consider.
New Building Safety Fund of £1bn Announced
The Government has announced a new Building Safety Fund of £1bn to help fund the removal of unsafe materials from the external wall systems of all residential buildings over 18 metres in height, as defined in the Building Regulations. The fund will be open to both private and public sector building owners, but the platform
A message to our clients regarding Coronavirus/Covid 19
We are confident that our Business Continuity Plans will enable us to maintain our high level of service quality for clients.
Off-Payroll Working: How to take “reasonable care” when making a status determination
One of the key aspects of the new off payroll working rules is the obligation on the client to determine the status of a contractor providing services through an intermediary.
Devonshires cements its commitment to the North with Leeds office expansion
We are pleased to announce that our Leeds office has moved to larger premises in the city to accommodate planned expansion.
Ethical vegan tribunal could open floodgates for other beliefs
In this article, Katie Maguire considers how this ruling could lead to similar cases, and the other "philosophical" beliefs that could follow
Pension perils and pension possibilities in 2020
It may form the last page of the publication, but pensions once again features in the Sector Risk Profile released by the Regulator of Social Housing late last year.
Delivering homes fit for the future
Whatever the result of the UK General Election on 12 December, it is clear that meeting the challenge of climate change is going to present a significant strategic issue for Housing Associations.