ESOS Newsletter No 4
The 2006 companies Act makes provision for including certain business trading activities of Not-For-Profit bodies within the definition of a large undertaking. Where this is the case the Not-For-Profit body will be considered in scope for the purposes of ESOS compliance.
Public bodies who are required to abide by the 2006 Public Contracts Regulations (UK) or the 2012 Public Contracts Regulations (Scotland) are not considered to be in scope for the purposes of ESOS compliance.
Universities who are exempt from complying with Public Contract Regulations are considered to be in scope for the purposes of ESOS compliance.
There is no requirement for the Franchisor of Franchise business to consider the aggregation of its total Franchisees. Therefore, they are not considered to be in scope for the purposes of ESOS compliance.
In the next newsletter we will discuss: Key Steps towards ESOS Compliance.