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While we are in Lockdown the UK Government is under increasing pressure to make a decision over future restrictions.
On May 7, the lockdown is due to be reviewed with ministers being urged to relax some social distancing restrictions in order to kick-start the economy.
Almost everything in the UK has come to a standstill with sporting events being cancelled and restaurants and pubs closing.
Schools and colleges have largely been closed under lockdown, except to children of essential workers and vulnerable youngsters.
But it is thought they could be among the first places to reopen once restrictions start being eased.
The Liverpool Echo has reported an overview of what has been discussed across various sectors:
Some of Britain’s largest housebuilders, including Persimmon, Taylor Wimpey and Redrow, have already announced plans to reopen building sites in late April or early May.
Under Government guidance, construction has been permitted if in accordance with social distancing rules, but many companies halted work in response to the crisis.
The Home Builders Federation said the restart is expected to be gradual, dependent on how far supporting suppliers and services, such as building inspectors, mortgage lenders and conveyancers, can also return to work.
Activity will also be limited until the Government changes advice which effectively prohibits all but exceptional house moves.