Who is your paying party? Who are you in contract with? What exactly is your scope of work? What are the risks around termination? What does the penalty regime say? What is the implication of benchmarking in your maintenance contract? What is the interplay between your liability under the contract and your insurance cover? These […]
We will be holding our annual technical seminar at the Hilton Hotel, Northampton on Wednesday 30 October 2019. Please find the below the provisional programme giving more details on the content of the day. To register your place, please contact Kathleen Harrison. Please note: this seminar is open to LEIA members only. Date […]
Changes to reverse charge VAT delayed
Government announced today that the introduction of the domestic reverse charge VAT for construction services will be delayed until 1 October 2020. A brief issued by HMRC explains that the introduction of the domestic reverse charge for construction services is to be delayed for a period of 12 months: “Industry representatives have raised concerns that […]
LEIA is the trade association and advisory body for the lift and escalator industry, formed in 1997 by the merging of two long-standing associations with a history dating back to 1932. With a membership of 150 UK registered companies covering 85% of the lift and escalator industry, LEIA represents a single voice for the sector. LEIA members supply passenger and goods/service lifts, stairlifts, homelifts, lifting platforms, escalators, passenger conveyors and a range of component parts for such products. LEIA members also undertake the maintenance of over 250,000 products falling within the scope of the Association.