The arrival of the coronavirus pandemic saw a dramatic shift as the UK’s workforce suddenly found themselves working from home. While some people may have created a dedicated home office to work from, many workers’ improvised home workspaces fall short of ideal. With the country entering a second national lockdown, those who have been working
The continuing coronavirus crisis means that many people will be working from home for the foreseeable future, but it may be necessary for some to return to the office either part-time or full-time. After so long away, it is bound to bring up some anxiety around hygiene and safety. While companies are taking measures to
Autumn has officially begun, which means we can expect to see a little bit more inclement weather coming our way… so now’s the time to think about how best to go about keeping your homes and offices clean and tidy in the face of increasing amounts of dirt and grime being trodden through living and
The government has launched a new campaign to help prevent the spread of coronavirus indoors over the winter months, urging people to continue washing their hands regularly for at least 20 seconds, covering their faces and observing social distancing measures to control infection rates and avoid a second wave. The Hands. Face. Space campaign will
A privately owned road in West Oxfordshire has come in for criticism about the state of its surface. The road at Swinford Toll Bridge, which charges cars five pence to cross, has been described by one road user as looking like the tarmac “has melted”. The Oxford Mail reported on the concerns, with both motorists
Now that lockdown restrictions are being eased around the UK, businesses of all shapes and sizes, and across all industries, are beginning to open their doors once again, allowing their workforce to return to the office and welcoming customers back with open arms once more. But it’s important to make sure that employees are comfortable
The government has announced a new scheme that will allow homeowners to receive finance of up to £5,000 to make energy-saving improvements to their home. As part of his ‘Mini Budget’, Chancellor Rishi Sunak revealed a £2 billion Green Homes Grant initiative that will cut the cost of energy bills for homeowners, as well as
The lockdown has had everyone gazing at the same four walls for what feels like an eternity, so the chances are that you’ve got a mental list of home improvements you’d like to achieve to improve your home and living space. Some people have the advantage of already possessing the necessary DIY skills, while the