Legal & Business
Since the first known case was diagnosed in Wuhan, China, in November 2019, the outbreak of coronavirus has had far-reaching implications for people and companies both nationally and worldwide. On Thursday, 12th March, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the virus a pandemic, meaning businesses are approaching the unknown in the months to come.
How can you ensure your practice can best get through the disruption being caused by Coronavirus? Having, a solid understanding of what a remote working solution can offer your business now in these unprecedented times and in the longer term, is a great place to start.
It goes without saying that the impact of Coronavirus on the development sector will be significant – not only the immediate, considerable and often unpredictable obstacles that we face today but for years to come. But the housing shortage won’t go away, and new infrastructure is desperately needed.
The coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) has raised serious health concerns, with some countries imposing travel restrictions to tackle the spread of the illness.
The construction industry has undergone many changes in recent years and has consistently adapted. New laws have been triggered by nationwide changes, devastating disasters and the current political climate – unpredictable events have led to sudden legislative amendments. If construction businesses aren’t prepared for what is going to be thrown their way, they will fall behind, and their business will suffer. So, for the sake of both businesses and potential clients, NiftyLift takes a look at recent laws, and how they will affect this affluent industry.