Published: 08 March 2016 by Natasha Beck
It is coming to that time of year again where the clocks move forward for British Summer Time (BST) and we will lose an hour.
This year the clocks change on the morning of Sunday 27th March and 01:00 on the Sunday morning will change automatically to 02:00.
It is important, if your premises trade beyond 01:00, to consider what measures are in place for both your premises to remain open and to trade legally without the risk of enforcement action. It is also important that both staff and customers are aware of BST and any change in hours.
This could impact on many areas of your business, but here are some key licensing considerations:
Finally, and probably the most easily overlooked – remember to change any clocks / timed devices so that they are showing the correct time.
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