We have been asked by DLUHC to share the following, the Home Office will be running some Martyn’s Law workshops and the details can be found below. Please note that these workshops are aimed at owners, operators and those with responsibility for public premises. Please feel free to share this more widely with potentially interested parties.
If you have any questions, please do get in touch with the workshop organisers directly on [email protected].
Martyn’s Law Workshops – May 2023
We invite all owners, operators, and those with responsibility for public premises to apply for one of a series of workshops around the UK covering Martyn’s Law.
Attending one of these workshops will allow you
to hear about plans for the upcoming legislation and help to scope how the
legislation will work in practice, including opportunities to contribute to
requirements on advice and guidance.
Pre-reading will be required, and on the day
members of the policy team behind Martyn’s Law will be on hand to answer
questions and discuss specific issues. We encourage applications from those
with an interest, regardless of whether you have any security-related
Workshops will last for one day (0930-1600). There is no cost to attendees
for the workshop, and tea, coffee, water and lunch will be provided. The Home
Office will not fund any travel or accommodation costs associated with your
The dates and locations for the workshops are as follows:
Please apply for one of the workshops at the below
link, if you have any questions in the interim, please email [email protected].
The deadline for all applications is
07/04/2023. You will be notified if your application has been successful by