Extras & Accreditations

Segensworth Business Forum

Segensworth Business Forum (SBF) represents the interests, concerns and issues of businesses on the Segensworth Industrial Estates. They are a single and coordinated voice lobbying and working on behalf of all businesses on the estates for better services and increased funding.

Segensworth Business Forum was set up to:

  • Develop initiatives to improve transport, access and HGV parking
  • Increase business security and preventing crime
  • Provide a range of shared service support functions that will benefit all businesses
  • Be Environmentally friendly and provide image enhancement measures across the estates

Now Legal’s offices are on the Segensworth Estate and Now Legal fully supports and champions the work of the SBF. Now Legal is a member of the SBF and has committed itself to providing discounts for all members of the SBF in a bid to support local businesses and promote a community spirit. More details can be found on the SBF website www.sbfl.co.uk.

Employment Law Helpline

Now Legal are working in Partnership with Segensworth Business Forum in offering a new free employment helpline service to employer members of the Forum. Simply email or call us with a brief description of the issue and we will respond within a maximum of six working hours. This helpline service is free to use and offers immediate advice on all employment issues.

If additional work is required such as drafting documentation or the conduct of ongoing employment tribunal claims or court proceedings; members can consult a solicitor of choice but if Now Legal is asked to undertake the work, SBF members will receive a 20% discount on the normal hourly charge rates.

Our Standard Terms of Business are available via the following link: Terms of Business

For email enquiries please use the email address as follows:

[email protected]

This helpline is for the use of SBF members and advice will not be given to individual employees regarding issues affecting them. The person contacting the helpline must have authority to do so on behalf of the SBF member.