After receiving an allocation of £3,662,500 by the Government to fund Additional Restrictions Grants, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council have now opened the application process for eligible businesses to apply for this grant funding.
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A scheme to give vulnerable households financial peace of mind over the winter months has launched thanks to additional Government funding.
Community and voluntary organisations are being supported to put infection control measures in place, so they can reopen within Government guidelines, to ensure the prevention of infection. Grants of between £100 and £3,000 are being made available.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council have now opened the scheme up to businesses based at home, that have no commercial mortgage and have not benefited from any previous COVID-19 grant.
South Essex councils are set to take their case to central Government for a package of investment and devolved powers to drive new infrastructure, economic growth and new housing across the area.
Funding to support business growth for local businesses has been secured through a multi-authority programme.
Southend Council is offering grants for small businesses that have had their income reduced as a result of the Coronovirus pandemic.
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