Reopening your business
Is your business ready to reopen? Make sure you familiarise yourself with government guidelines to help keep your customers and employees safe.
Reopening and operating your business safely during Covid-19
You MUST complete a risk assessment and make sensible adjustments to the site and workforce before reopening.
The Government has decided to move to step 4 of the roadmap on 19 July, a new phase of continued caution whilst managing the risks of COVID-19
Please familiarise yourself with the government guidance
If you have trouble downloading them or require physical or translated copies please email: email@example.com.
Businesses in Dudley borough town centres will receive 'support local' business packs which will help to brighten shop windows as non-essential retail reopens.
If your business did not receive a pack and you would like one, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NHS Test and Trace
Designated venues in certain sectors must have a system in place to request and record contact details of their customers, visitors and staff to help break the chains of transmission of coronavirus.
Hospitality businesses can apply for a temporary licence to place tables and chairs on the public highway are now open. Find out more and apply here.
Physical measures in town centres
Social distancing measures are in place in town centres and local high streets to help keep everyone safe. Please see below maps of the measures for each location.
Further information for Halesowen businesses can be found here.
Information on shopping centres:
The Churchill shopping centre Dudley www.thechurchillshoppingcentre.co.uk
The Cornbow shopping centre Halesowen www.cornbow.co.uk
Rymarket shopping centre Stourbridge www.ryemarketshoppingcentre.co.uk
Please check this page frequently for updated guidance and additional resources.