The Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers (ASSC) has undertaken a survey in light of the Scottish Government’s announcement. This ran for 24 hours, closing at 8pm on 11th September, eliciting 538 responses.
In financial terms, 20 per cent of respondents said that they had lost over £5,000 in a three-week period with 12 per cent reporting losses in excess of £10,000. In six weeks, the losses pile up to £5K for 22 per cent and more than £10,000 for 26 per cent of those asked. In other words, 84 per cent of our members expect to make losses in three weeks and the same percentage also anticipate increased losses in six weeks.
The ASSC ran a survey in light of the Scottish Government’s announcement of restrictions to social gatherings. The limit for groups meeting up (indoors and outdoors) is now a maximum of 6 people from 2 different households, with children under 12 exempt.
Read the full survey:
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