Wednesday 28 April 2010 1.02pm
Gavin Smith wrote:
With respect, Armpit Vale, you're entitled to your opinion on smokers. However, regardless of whatever signs may be affixed to the walls, the area to which you refer isn't an enclosed one (by which I mean it doesn't have a roof or sides to it) and as such the provisions of the Health Act 2006 (specifically those relating to smoke-free premises) do not apply. Feel free to correct me if you think I'm wrong.
You're wrong - read the article that James linked to above. It has a canopy and walls and is considered an enclosed space.