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Businesses in Cannock Chase that remain closed due to the pandemic will receive a new grant payment following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 22 February.
Cannock Chase Council has now received funding from the Government to help businesses in the District whose trading has been affected during the current national lockdown. Grants are now available to be claimed from the Council.
Has the pandemic left you unemployed? Perhaps you need to up-skill to get back into work? South Staffordshire College is committed to providing courses, training opportunities, short courses, distance learning courses, apprenticeships and sector-based work academies that can help you to get back in to work.
Cannock Chase councillors have responded to new legislation from Government for a pavement licensing scheme, by voting unanimously to support it at its Council Meeting. The scheme allows businesses selling food and drink to place tables and chairs and associated furniture outside of their premises.
Did you know that ALL insurance policies have specific terms and conditions relating to unoccupied properties?
As Cannock Chase Council prepares to make its first Business Support Grant payments after receiving funding from government, it is warning against a number of business scams that have been brought to its attention.
The Government has taken further action to support firms affected by the coronavirus crisis by bolstering business interruption loans for small businesses and announcing a new scheme for larger companies.
Cannock Chase Council will be processing Government grants to support local businesses across Cannock Chase District during the COVID-19 emergency.
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UPDATE ON CORANAVIRUS SUPPORT FOR BUSINESSES AS OF 19/3/20
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