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  • Wednesday 16th November 2022

    FIFA WORLD CUP – guidance for employers?

    It seems that every time there is a major global sporting tournament employers must consider whether they should allow staff time off to watch them and if they don’t, how they deal with subsequent staff absence. Many businesses are now entering a busy Christmas period, so the timing of the ...

  • Monday 10th October 2022

    Gravesham Business Awards 2022

    We were delighted to be a sponsor of the Gravesham Business Awards which took place on 27 September and our congratulations go to the finalists and winners. At a glittering gala evening the winners were announced. Overall winners were Locks4Vans with runners up Embridge Consulting and Caremark ...

  • Wednesday 28th September 2022

    Gullands LLP Co Host Sustainable Construction and Building Safety Event

    Gullands Solicitors invite you to join us and guest speakers from Whitecode and Rift for a joint seminar on Sustainable Construction covering: Building Regs part L - defining sustainable construction – Ellen Huelin - Whitecode R&D Tax credits for innovation – rewards ...

  • Friday 16th September 2022

    Bearsted Cricket Club

    Bearsted Cricket Club has a long history dating back to the 1700’s and we are delighted to have been supporting them for many years, especially as they continue encouraging junior and youth players and supporting their women’s teams. This summer we have provided new boundary markers ...

  • Thursday 15th September 2022

    Maidstone Scarecrow Festival

    Maidstone Borough Council is organising a Scarecrow Festival for the autumn half term, from 24 – 29 October 2022 and we are delighted to be taking part. The competition is open to local schools and community groups to enter a scarecrow, which can be either 2D or 3D, into the festival and ...

  • Thursday 15th September 2022

    Don’t let your house move become a house of horrors

    In an ideal world when you buy a home, you expect to be able to move straight into a clean and empty property with everything as you hoped it would be, but what happens if this isn’t the case? Here is our guide to avoiding some of the issues which can turn a house move into a house of ...

  • Thursday 15th September 2022

    No fault divorce – is it working?

    In the weeks following the introduction of no fault divorce here in England and with the first divorces due to be finalised shortly, how is the system working? Despite there being a few initial technical glitches with the online portal for some users, which to be fair is expected with the roll ...

  • Thursday 15th September 2022

    Time to update a homemade Will?

    During the pandemic it is reported by the Law Society that there was a 30% rise in the number of people writing their Will, but a number of these were ‘DIY’ Wills that they wrote themselves, which could result in problems at a later date. Research also shows there were ...

  • Thursday 15th September 2022

    Charity Legacies Changes

    The Charities Act 2022 will bring several changes this year and next year which aim to reduce ‘unnecessary bureaucracy in current processes’ and make it easier for charities and their trustees. This includes their discretion over the offering of financial settlements in legacy ...

  • Thursday 15th September 2022

    Farm Safety Reminder

    The HSE’s business plan for 2022-23 provides for 660 proactive inspections across agriculture, livestock, forestry, and anaerobic digestion. It is worth considering how your business would perform on such an inspection, bearing in mind the HSE can charge for their time if they identify ...

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