As the UK lockdown continues, pressure mounts on the industrial and logistics sector and its ability to support essential supply chains.
As one of the fastest-growing sectors in commercial property, the industrial and logistics sector is continually adapting to an ever-advancing technologically-dependant world. Yet with the outbreak of COVID-19 causing what is indeed an unprecedented and unplanned for impact on the economy, the focus has moved from developers and delivering their schemes to supply chains and how they can instinctively react to this new reality and support the ever-increasing demand from the public in such uncertain times.
Take a look at insights from our experts below.
Coronavirus: implications for industrial property and logistics
This article covers the key Implications for industrial property and logistics in response to the coronavirus epidemic.
The cost of business rates in industrial buildings
Business rates on industrial property are subject to various exemptions and limitations which can impact the amount industrial property owners pay in tax. For examp…
Making the most of tax incentives in the industrial and logistics sector
Make the most of tax incentives in the industrial and logistics sector by claiming capital allowances and R&D relief where you can. The rules can be complex, so…
Changes to VAT treatment of construction services supplies
From 1 October 2020 the VAT treatment of supplies of construction services will change, with the introduction of a new reverse charge. This charge will apply even i…
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Managing your supply chain
Coronavirus: changes to driving regulations
The DVSA has published a number of changes that are being made to ensure compliance, as well as keeping businesses and people safe on the roads.
Coronavirus: are the associated travel restrictions impacting your supply chain?
The disruption associated with the coronavirus may affect the import and export of goods and components to and from China and the Far East. It may be that there is …
Unlocking the chain – the benefits of supply chain finance
Although the dark days of the financial crisis are behind us, risks and uncertainties remain and companies are under pressure to unlock the working capital trapped …
Changes to commercial property
Coronavirus: emergency legislation to protect commercial tenants
The Government has announced that it will introduce emergency legislation to protect, from eviction, commercial tenants unable to pay rent because of the coronaviru…