covid

Success for our Business Rates experts

4th February 2022

The business rates system has undergone substantial change over the last few years, with many smaller commercial enterprises benefitting from business rates reliefs.  Further exemptions and discounts have been applied in response to the Covid… read more

Working safely, working smarter

19th July 2021

Oldfield Smith & Co have well established COVID-safe working practices With legal restrictions relating to COVID being lifted today, Oldfield Smith & Co have reviewed our working practices and our own risk assessments.  We welcome… read more

COVID-safe working

9th January 2021

At Oldfield Smith & Co, the safety of our staff, clients and the communities in which we work is always our highest priority.  We take our responsibilities seriously and will always comply fully with not… read more

Heathfield High Street shop now let

2nd October 2020

Oldfield Smith & Co have now let 62 High Street, Heathfield.  This self contained shop on two levels drew interest from prospective tenants even before the previous lease expired and we were able to negotiate… read more

Large increase in enquires and strengthening demand

24th May 2020

Throughout the coronavirus “lockdown”, our staff have been working from home but available for enquiries from our clients and new applicants looking for property.  As a result, we have been busy helping local businesses find… read more

COVID-19 Secure

18th May 2020

As an innovative practice, Oldfield Smith & Company have been early adopters of technology and were founded on principles of working efficiently yet professionally.  These qualities allowed us to move fairly seamlessly to remote working… read more

Coronavirus grants now being paid

16th April 2020

We are pleased to note that government small business coronavirus grants are now arriving with our clients and other small businesses.  This scheme pays a fixed amount of £10,000 to businesses who qualified for small… read more

Business as usual? – Not at Oldfield Smith!

6th April 2020

As the country is about to enter the third week of “lock-down”, almost every business has been profoundly affected.  Those who suggest it is “business as usual” are either being a little economical with the… read more