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Lockdown 2 and home improvements: When do you need planning permission?

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With recent announcements from both the UK and Scottish government about further lockdown restrictions, you might be planning to fill your time with some home improvements. At the time of writing, tradespeople are exempt from lockdown restrictions and may...

Business First - Survive or Thrive?

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Click on the image below to read our latest Business First Magazine - Survive or Thrive?    ...

Here for you - all under one roof

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Last November we opened a new office called Unit R which is at the Ivanhoe Business Park in Ashby. So far we’ve loved the space and especially how open, modern and bright it is. As more and more clients have visited us, before and during the global...

The new Job Support Scheme - Your questions answered

Emma Allen
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The Job Support Scheme (JSS) will replace the furlough scheme and will come into play on 1 November 2020. In this article, we look at FAQs covering how the scheme works, who is eligible and specific difficulties employers and employees might have concerns...

Congratulating newly appointed associate of the firm

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We’re pleased to announce that Enel Ots, Licensed Conveyancer, has been newly appointed to an associate lawyer at Fishers. Enel tells us what it means to her and her career to be given this new role and how she can utilise it to be a role model to...

Reviewing your third-party relationships and contracts Business Blog

Emma Allen
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Companies should prioritise risk management in their approach to business and review their third-party relationships and contracts as the coronavirus pandemic continues.  While the degree of disruption to supplies and staffing has settled since its...

Lights, camera, action... signing your will goes live

Guy Birtwistle
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Experts are warning against self-directed videos following the announcement by the Government that legislation is to be introduced in September to allow wills to be signed remotely using a live video link.   While the coronavirus pandemic...

Redundancy Round-up

Emma Allen
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The risk of redundancy can be very worrying at uncertain times. You might be told you’re at risk of redundancy if your employer has one or more jobs they cannot afford or no longer need. Whilst we are living during uncertain times, it is important to...

56 questions for 56 years with Simon Musson

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To celebrate a tremendous achievement of our consultant Simon and his work anniversary hitting 56 years this year, we have taken the time to find out 56 things about him in this fun short blog.   Simon not only breaks a Fishers record having working...

Conveyancing Advice from Enel, a licensed conveyancer

Enel Ots
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Enel works as a Conveyancer in the residential property department at Fishers and in this blog give you an insight into her life and gives advice for buying, selling and remortgaging a property. Describe some challenges you face at work Every case I start...

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