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Dynamite said: Posted on: 25/06/2007 00:00

You are no doubt aware that from 1st July 1007 it will no longer be permissible to smoke in public places in England. This will mean that any place with public access must be non-smoking. Communal stairwells and corridors in flats, shared kitchens and bathrooms, and HMOs will have to be smoke free if they are open to the public or if someone, such as a cleaner, works there.

Smokefree premises will have to display appropriate signage. These signs will have to be of at least A5 size and display the international no-smoking symbol with a diameter of at lease 70mm. The words “No Smoking. It is against the law to smoke in these premises” will also need to be on the sign.

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