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8 minutes ago, chan said:

Hi,

we work from a yard and we dont pay rates for the premises .as its a shared yard .Do we qualify for the grant.?any advice please

thank you

Any grant available will go to whoever gets the rates bill, if they qualify.

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9 minutes ago, chan said:

Hi,

we work from a yard and we dont pay rates for the premises .as its a shared yard .Do we qualify for the grant.?any advice please

thank you

The criteria from what i read seems clear enough, you have to be a registered retail business, you have to have a business rates bill in your name or business name, which has to form part of an exemption of some sort then you can claim the grant.

Think in your case you might struggle, this could be a Welsh only thing mind as English folk seem to have some different options open to them.

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9 minutes ago, chan said:

Hi,

we work from a yard and we dont pay rates for the premises .as its a shared yard .Do we qualify for the grant.?any advice please

thank you

Hi chan

The only person that can claim is the person paying the rates on your business land

It might be the case that the council are unaware you are even working there?

So no you cannot claim

Sorry

You will just have to take it on the chin chan;)

7 minutes ago, Row said:

Any grant available will go to whoever gets the rates bill, if they qualify.

Qualify 

 in what way?

You could be making plastic wind up pigeons and still get the grant

You can even get it if you up the valleys see

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49 minutes ago, New year revolutions...... said:

Hi chan

The only person that can claim is the person paying the rates on your business land

It might be the case that the council are unaware you are even working there?

So no you cannot claim

Sorry

You will just have to take it on the chin chan;)

Qualify 

 in what way?

You could be making plastic wind up pigeons and still get the grant

You can even get it if you up the valleys see

How much funding will be provided to businesses?

6. Under the Small Business Grant Fund (SBGF) all eligible businesses in England in receipt of either Small Business Rates Relief (SBRR) or Rural Rates Relief (RRR) in the business rates system will be eligible for a payment of £10,000.

7. Under the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant (RHLG) eligible businesses in England in receipt of the Expanded Retail Discount (which covers retail, hospitality and leisure) with a rateable value of less than £51,000 will be eligible for a cash grants of £10,000 or £25,000 per property.

8. Eligible businesses in these sectors with a property that has a rateable value of up to and including £15,000 will receive a grant of £10,000. 9.

Eligible businesses in these sectors with a property that has a rateable value of over £15,000 and less than £51,000 will receive a grant of £25,000.

10. Businesses with a rateable value of £51,000 or over are not eligible for this scheme. Businesses which are not ratepayers in the business rates system are not included in this scheme.

 

As I said anything due as above will go to the person who gets the rates bill.

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