Criminals are using the Coronavirus outbreak to commit cyber crime A recent update by the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) gives advice on how businesses can protect themselves from three types of cyber crime: phishing emails or texts to get you to download a link or give away your details, vulnerabilities in networks as people work from home and online conferencing hijacking.
Tandridge District Council advise businesses eligible for business rates relief to cancel their direct debits or standing orders for business rates
Advice relating to the situation with Coronavirus and the government announcement that businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors in England will not have to pay business rates for [...]
Oxted businesses have been quick to respond to the threat of Covid-19 by implementing additional cleaning and contactless payments, reassuring their customers that they are committed to ensuring the safety [...]
We know that many people are concerned about the current situation with coronavirus but still want to support local businesses. We have compiled a list of businesses on Oxted where [...]
Updated 27th March 2020 The situation with coronavirus, COVID-19, is changing daily. The future situation is unknown but there are resources and advice available which will change as the situation [...]
Station Road East will be closed from the junction with Gresham Road to the junction with Beatrice Road from 3.30pm to 10pm. The station forecourt area on Station Road East [...]