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Premises in the standard tier will be required to take steps to ensure preparedness for, and protection from, terrorist attacks.

The Government wants to ensure businesses and venues can deliver the standard tier duty rather than imposing conditions upon them that they will struggle to meet. This will mean the law stands the test of time, and be accessible, proportionate and deliverable for smaller venues. 

That is why ahead of introducing the Bill in Parliament, we will launch a consultation on the standard tier to ensure the Bill’s measures strike the right balance between public protection and avoiding undue burdens on smaller premises. This follows concerns raised about the implications of the standard tier through the pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Bill earlier this year.  

Further detail on the consultation will be produced in due course and will be uploaded to ProtectUK to aid understanding for completion.

Standard Tier
Martyn's Law
Small business