Leeds City Council are supporting businesses in Leeds

Find out how Leeds City Council are supporting businesses in Leeds that are affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

  • Leeds City Council are launching a business support scheme on Wednesday 25 November for businesses struggling to pay their business property costs due to the impact of coronavirus restrictions. This grant is meant to help pay fixed non-domestic property costs, such as mortgage payments, rent, service charges and business rates.  This support scheme will be only be open for two weeks from 25 November until 8 December
  • Grant funding applications are open for businesses required to close due to the government’s national restrictions between 5 November and 2 December 2020 and can be accessed through the following link. https://bit.ly/LeedsNationalRestrictions
  • Hospitality venues and accommodation providers that pay business rates and have suffered financially due to the local restrictions introduced on 25 September 2020 are now invited to apply for support.  Further information and the grant application form can be accessed through this link  https://bit.ly/LeedsLocalRestrictions

Leeds City Council continue to update their website with information, the main business support page is  https://bit.ly/LeedsBusinesses

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