Following the governments roadmap announcement, we can confirm that the Aqueduct Team has now set out our roadmap to re-opening. You can view this in our latest news.
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If your not sure about the latest rules, you can find them here:
People can meet one other person in public spaces for outdoor recreation in addition to exercise. However, for persons which are clinically vulnerable the advice is to remain at home until the end of March.
The rule of six will return outdoors, including in private gardens. In addition to this, two households of any size will also be allowed to meet outside.
Outdoor sports facilities will reopen and people will no longer be legally required to stay at home, but should still work from home where possible.
This and subsequent steps could be delayed based on the data.
However, assuming the four tests are met:
Non-essential retail will reopen; and indoor leisure facilities such as gyms will reopen. Holiday lets may resume – provided they are used for individuals or a single household.
Outdoor restaurants can open.
Most restrictions on meeting outdoors will be lifted, subject to a limit of 30 being imposed. Six persons will be able to meet indoors from this date.
Pubs and restaurants will be reopened indoors, as well as hostels, hotels, and B&Bs. Theatres and concert halls will reopen, and the Government will pilot larger events using enhanced testing.
We understand that the Government’s ambition is to remove all legal limits on social contact and on weddings and other larger events from this date.
British Marine will be engaging closely with key stakeholders over the coming weeks and seeking clarity on the advice issued today. We will issue further guidance as soon as we are able to.
29th March 2021 – The rule of six will return outdoors, including in private gardens. In addition to this, two households of any size will also be allowed to meet outside.
Outdoor sports facilities will reopen and people will no longer be legally required to stay at home, but should still work from home where possible. The marina will be accessible for all boat owners, but overnight stays are not permitted.
Before 29th March 2021 – Maintaining second homes, caravans, boats and other assets is not generally a reasonable excuse for leaving home. However, people may leave home to secure their second home, caravan or boat in order to avoid it posing a risk of harm/injury to themselves or others.
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