The Apprenticeship Employer Incentive Scheme is a key part of Welsh Government’s Covid Commitment to support businesses and workers. After a year of uncertainty, the scheme will be instrumental to recovering from the impacts of coronavirus.
The Ratings (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill, currently going through Parliament, contains implications for directors of dissolved companies.
The Welsh Government has confirmed future developments must consider climate change effects like future flooding and coastal erosion risk. In Wales, developers will now also have to work with flood risk and coastal erosion maps. The Welsh Government have made these available today. The maps will show current risk levels as well as the risk posed by climate change.
With panic buying at the pumps, the shortage of HGV drivers, and a looming winter energy crisis many of us are running our businesses in an ever increasing level of uncertainty.
The ONS have released their latest analysis identifying the types of areas that are seeing the fastest house price growth. This analysis also looks at growth during the coronavirus pandemic, and who could be at risk of being priced out.
Small business owners in Wales are putting their retirement pot at risk according to a leading insolvency expert. Alun Evans, Partner at Bevan Buckland LLP in Haverfordwest warns that business owners are gambling with the health of their firm, by making poor arrangements for the smooth sale of their business