Some families in Wales 'will lose homes' as eviction pause ends – South Wales Argus

FAMILIES in the private rented sector in Wales face losing their homes in less than two months without government action, according to Citizens Advice Cymru. It is warning that, with Covid-19 protections coming to an end for renters on August 23, many households could face eviction and subsequent homelessness. Citizens Advice Cymru is urging Welsh

Build Back Better: What Scotland can teach us about retrofit – Utility Week

The need to retrofit The UK has some of the poorest performing buildings in Europe. This means they can be hard to keep warm, draughty, and expensive to heat. These poor quality buildings also result in high energy demand, with homes contributing approximately 25 per cent of UK carbon emissions . To meet the UK

Hospitality could feel Covid-19 impact for years, say business reps – Irish Examiner

The impact of Covid-19 could be felt in the hospitality sector until 2025, business representatives are warning. 2020 and 2021 were described as “written off” by representative groups addressing the Dáil’s Committee on Covid-19 response. They called for significant grants, VAT cuts and the extension of wage supports to save jobs and businesses.  Padraig Cribben

Hospitality could feel Covid-19 impact for years, say business reps – BreakingNews.ie

30/06/2020 – 07:40 By Kevin O’Neill Representative groups say more needs to be done to assist the hospitality sector. Photo: iStock The impact of Covid-19 could be felt in the hospitality sector until 2025, business representatives are warning. 2020 and 2021 were described as “written off” by representative groups addressing the Dáil’s Committee on Covid-19

Landlords have not taken ‘fair share of the pain’ on rents – restaurants – The Irish Times

Landlords renting commercial premises have not stepped up to the plate and taken their “fair share of the pain” during the coronavirus pandemic, the Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI) has told the Oireachtas Covid-19 committee. Landlords of restaurants and other small businesses were demanding full payment of rent at pre-coronavirus levels, despite premises being closed

Housing Manager job with Breckland Council | 4641054 – Inside Housing

We’re looking for a dynamic and forward-thinking housing professional to join and lead our Housing Service. If you’re looking for the opportunity to make a difference to people’s lives, to prove your leadership ability, and to help drive our organisation forward, this is the role for you. You will lead Breckland’s housing options service; including

Grave warning that half of all Ireland's restaurants could close as chiefs plead for aid – Irish Mirror

Half of Ireland’s restaurants could close without a Government aid package next month, the industry has warned. TaoiseachMicheal Martin has said his administration will unveil significant measures in July to stimulate an economy stricken by coronavirus restrictions back into life. The Restaurants Association of Ireland is seeking rent cuts from landlords, official grants and greater

'All we are getting is tea and sympathy': Half of Ireland's restaurants could close without aid, industry warns – TheJournal.ie

Baby Luke Moran from Dublin enjoying lunch with social distancing in place in Toners Pub on Baggot Street. Image: Sam Boal/Rollingnews Baby Luke Moran from Dublin enjoying lunch with social distancing in place in Toners Pub on Baggot Street. Image: Sam Boal/Rollingnews HALF OF IRELAND’S restaurants could close without a Government aid package next month,

€1.5 million boost for five County Limerick towns from Rural Regeneration and Development Fund – Limerick Post

The Rev William Casey (Rev Willie C) memorial, Abbeyfeale. Photo: Cian Reinhardt THE County Limerick towns of Abbeyfeale, Ardagh, Askeaton, Bruff and Rathkeale have received a massive boost with the announcement of funding worth €1.5 million being allocated to tackle derelict sites in the five towns and villages. The €1.5 million allocation is the largest

Industrial Robotics Rental Market is Stunning Worldwide – Gaining Revolution in Eyes of Global Exposure – Cole of Duty

Global Industrial Robotics Rental Market Report from AMA Research highlights deep analysis on market characteristics, sizing, estimates and growth by segmentation, regional breakdowns& country along with competitive landscape, player’s market shares, and strategies that are key in the market. The exploration provides a 360° view and insights, highlighting major outcomes of the industry. These insights