The regulations imposing the lockdown have been published this morning (please see here). Schedule 1, Part 1 lists all businesses and services which must close as of 6pm tomorrow:
- Any business selling goods or services for sale or hire in a shop, including—
(a) homeware stores;
(b) nail and beauty salons;
(c) establishments providing tanning services, massage services, body piercings, tattooing, electrolysis or acupuncture;
(d) auction houses;
(e) car dealerships;
(g) betting shops;
(h) hair salons and barbers;
(i) garden centres and plant nurseries.
- Shopping centres and shopping arcades.
5. Nightclubs, discotheques, dance halls or other venues where live or recorded music is provided for members of the public or members of the venue to dance.
6. Sexual entertainment venues (within the meaning given by paragraph 2A of Schedule 3 to the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982(1)).
7. Bingo halls.
8. Concert halls.
10. Skating rinks.
11. Swimming pools.
12. Leisure centres and leisure facilities including indoor fitness studios, gyms and spas.
- Sports courts, skate parks, bowling greens, golf courses and enclosed sports grounds or pitches (whether outdoors or indoors).
14. Bowling alleys, amusement arcades and indoor play areas.
15. Museums, galleries and archive services.
16. Funfairs, amusements parks and theme parks.
17. Visitor attractions and holiday, leisure activity or events businesses.
18. Recycling centres.
20. Estate or letting agents, developer sales offices and show homes.
21. Venues for events or conferences (including venues for weddings other than places of worship and registry offices).
Part 2 lists those businesses and services whose premises must be closed but to which limited access is allowed. These are:
Premises selling food and drink for consumption on the premises
- Restaurants, including restaurants and dining rooms in members’ clubs and on the premises of businesses listed in Chapter 2 of this Part.
- Cafés, including workplace canteens and cafés on the premises of businesses listed in Chapter 2 of this Part.
- Bars, including bars in members’ clubs and on the premises of businesses listed in Chapter 2 of this Part.
- Public houses.
Hotels and holiday accommodation
- Holiday sites.
27. Camping sites.
28. Hotels and bed and breakfast accommodation.
29. Other holiday accommodation (including holiday apartments, hostels and boarding houses).
- Places of worship.
31. Community centres.
Part 3 lists businesses and services whose premises may be open during the firebreak lockdown. These are:
- Food retailers, including food markets, supermarkets, convenience stores, corner shops and establishments selling food or drink for consumption off the premises (including premises authorised for the sale or supply of alcohol for consumption off the premises).
- Cafés and canteens at a hospital, care home, school or within accommodation provided for students.
- Canteens at a prison or an establishment intended for use for naval, military or air force purposes or for the purposes of the Department of the Secretary of State responsible for defence.
- Hospital libraries and libraries at educational establishments.
- Building supplies and hardware stores.
- Pharmacies (including non-dispensing pharmacies) and chemists.
- Bicycle shops.
- Petrol stations.
- Car repair and MOT services.
- Taxi or vehicle hire businesses.
- Banks, building societies, credit unions, short term loan providers, savings clubs, cash points and undertakings which by way of business operate currency exchange offices, transmit money (or any representation of money) by any means or cash cheques which are made payable to customers.
- Post offices.
- Laundrettes and dry cleaners.
- Dental services, opticians, audiology services, chiropody, chiropractors, osteopaths and other medical or health services, including services relating to mental health
- Veterinary surgeons and pet shops.
- Agricultural or aquacultural supplies shops.
- Livestock markets or auctions.
- Funeral directors.