COMMUNITY Action Bradford & District – which has a base in Keighley – has received free legal advice so it can continue to operate safely within Covid-19 guidelines.

The organisation – whose premises include Central Hall, in Alice Street – has been helped by LCF Law to draft a new commercial leasing agreement including bespoke Covid clauses.

Dr Soo Nevison, for Community Action Bradford & District, said: “The commercial leases and licences provided by LCF Law have given us the confidence that all tenants will be able to comply with the Covid-19 regulations when renting space we own.

“Our previous leases were out of date and we needed to bring things into line. LCF Law has stepped in and helped us – and we are very grateful for its support.”

LCF Law has also helped Springfield Youth Centre, in Bradford.

Simon Stell, managing partner at the firm, said: “Our Bradford roots go back decades and we have worked with several community groups and charities as part of our corporate social responsibility programme. Volunteering professional advice to organisations at the frontline of our community is an important thing to do.”