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  • Retailers team up to expand ‘click-and-collect’ services

    We’ve already seen some alliances in click-and-collect between individual retailers – remember the tie-up between Ebay and Argos in 2013? Not surprisingly, this idea of sharing of excess space between retailers has been pushed to the next level recently – with retailers realising the benefits of coming together for the greater good. We’ve already seen […] The post Retailers team up to expand ‘click-and-collect’ services appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Local government, devolution and powers to charge and trade

    Councils have a wide number of powers which allow them to trade and to charge for services which are often underused. This is often because the perception of councils making a ‘profit’ is controversial. We only need to consider the views of Mr Pickles and vocal criticism of parking enforcement and other fines to see […] The post Local government, devolution and powers to charge and trade appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Devolution and local government structures for collaboration and efficiency

    In a climate where collaborative grouping of local authorities has emerged as a model for regional devolution, alongside the obvious financial pressures driven by the current austerity agenda, it is sensible for all councils to consider opportunities to come together to deliver efficiencies and to lobby more effectively for additional powers. Whilst combined authorities are […] The post Devolution and local government structures for collaboration and efficiency appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • ‘Click-and-collect’ open to all

    As from 15 April 2015, retailers will be able to build new ‘click-and-collect’ facilities, such as covered collection points or lockers, without making a planning application. The proposals would also enable retailers to install new loading bay doors and ramps without first seeking planning permission – leaving them well placed to accept more deliveries for […] The post ‘Click-and-collect’ open to all appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

  • Type 2 diabetes ruled not to be a disability

    In Metroline Travel Ltd v S, the EAT has ruled that diet controlled type 2 diabetes does not necessarily constitute a ‘disability’ under the Equality Act 2010 (Act). S avoided sugary drinks to control his type 2 diabetes. An employment tribunal decided that the condition amounted to a disability. Metroline appealed, and the EAT disagreed […] The post Type 2 diabetes ruled not to be a disability appeared first on law, less ordinary - legal opinions from Browne Jacobson.

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