Restart Grant Scheme open for applications
Announced in the Chancellor’s Budget on 3 March, the Restart Grant scheme, which is intended to support non-essential businesses in re-opening safely as lockdown restrictions are lifted, is open for applications.
What is the Restart Grant Scheme?
The government-backed Restart Grant replaces the Local Restrictions Support Grant and is administered via Local Authorities.
Which businesses are eligible to apply?
A business may be eligible if it is:
Which businesses are not eligible to apply?
A business may not apply if it:
How much can your business get?
Local Authorities will use their discretion to determine whether businesses meet the eligibility criteria for the scheme.
Eligible businesses may be paid as follows:
How do businesses apply?
Applications must be made online via the businesses’ relevant Local Authority website.
For full government guidance and to here and to find your relevant Local Authority view the full guidance here. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/check-if-youre-eligible-for-a-coronavirus-restart-grant
If you have any questions or concerns get in touch.
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