RULES AND REGS FOR RESTAURANTS/ CAFES

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UPDATE 22/06/2020

Latest revised version of the Enforcement Update, reflecting the changes made on Monday, 1st June to the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020 published by the Office for Product Safety & Standards (OPSS);

3. Takeaway food and food delivery facilities may remain open and operational
This means people can continue to enter premises to access takeaway services, including delivery drivers.
Businesses are encouraged to take orders online or by telephone, and businesses must not provide seating areas, indoors and outdoors, for customers to consume food and drink on. Ordering in advance is strongly encouraged to avoid waiting, as per Public Health England guidelines.

Planning regulations have been changed to enable restaurants, cafés and pubs which do not currently offer delivery and hot or cold food takeaway to do so. The legislation can be accessed online.
People must not consume food or drinks on-site at restaurants, cafés or pubs whilst waiting for takeaway food. Those venues offering takeaway or delivery services must not include alcoholic beverages in this list if their licence does not already permit.

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