Downey’s nine-month rent time out proposal to be submitted to Government

Jonathan Downey

Jonathan Downey, founder of Hospitality Union, is to submit a formal proposal to the Treasury next week for a nine-month rent-free period for hospitality, leisure and retail businesses forced to close because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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