Guidance available as Dales businesses prepare to reopen

As more businesses prepare to reopen their doors to the public from this Saturday, 4 July, Derbyshire Dales District Council is ready to help where needed.

Pubs, bars and restaurants can reopen, along with attractions such as museums and galleries. Hairdressers, hotels, bed and breakfasts, holiday homes, campsites, caravan parks and boarding houses can also reopen.

Any business planning to reopen this weekend will need to have read and understood specific Government guidance and to have appropriate risk assessments and plans in place - ensuring the business is safe both for staff and customers.

The guidance is available on the Government’s website at www.gov.uk/guidance/working-safely-during-coronavirus-covid-19

Further information is available on the District Council’s website here, together with a simple webform that enables Derbyshire Dales businesses to let the council know when they are planning to reopen and on what date.

A Council spokesperson said:
"We would encourage businesses to register their intentions via the webform as this information will help us to help them and, if necessary, provide further advice over and above the detailed information on the webpage.
"We would ask registering businesses to please be aware that we will be prioritising requests, but that where assistance is required an officer will be in touch as soon as possible."
As more businesses prepare to reopen their doors to the public from this Saturday, 4 July, Derbyshire Dales District Council is ready to help where needed.

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