pubs, clubs, hotels, bingo halls and all private companies are set to be hardest hit by the public smoking ban which comes into effect from 1 July 2007. All enclosed public places and workplaces will become non-smoking after this date.
Smoke Free England has been created by the government to help guide the public from this ban and they explain the reason for the ban to be: “A smoke free England will ensure a healthier environment, so everyone can socialize, relax, travel, shop and work free from secondhand smoke. “
indoor smoking rooms in almost all public places and workplaces will no longer be allowed and managers of housing that will have legal obligations to prevent people from smoking.
Failure to comply with the new law will be punishable. Penalties range from £ 50 imposed on the person smoking up to a maximum fine of £ 2500 for “not prevent smoking in a smoke free place” imposed by the court about who controls or manages housing!
If you run a business, it is unlikely that you can afford to be without means to provide smokers, but it is obviously important to comply with the new legislation. To address this issue, the Compton Buildings developed Smoke shelter Timber described as “the perfect complement to the beer garden” these are perfectly positioned in the beer gardens or near the entrance or exit the premises.
Smoke Shelter need not be Ugly!
These two very attractive wooden buildings come complete with built-in benches and flower pots. Comfortably seats four and six people respectively, with additional standing room, Corner Shelter and Square Shelter are ordered online at http://www.SmokeShelter.co.uk
Pressure treated for longer life, both Corner Shelter and Square Shelter will be professionally delivered and installed in a convenient place -. either the current level patio area, or stage a series of paving slabs along the perimeter of the shelter will suffice