COVID19 – Strategic Framework Business Fund
On 19 April 2021, all SFBF recipients will automatically receive a combined final 2-week supplement and a one-off restart grant to help them reopen.
- Retailers in receipt of SFBF will be eligible for grants up to £7,500 based on rateable value:
- for properties with a rateable value below £51,000: £7,000 (£6,000+£1,000)
- for properties with a rateable value above £51,001: £7,500 (£6,000+£1,500)
- Hospitality and leisure businesses in receipt of SFBF will be eligible for grants up to £19,500 based on rateable value:
- for properties with a rateable value of £15,000 or under: £9,000 (£8,000+£1,000)
- for properties with a rateable value between £15,001 and £51,000: £13,000 (£12,000+£1,000)
- for properties with a rateable value of £51,001 or over: £19,500 (£18,000+£1,500)
Glasgow City Council Discretionary Fund
Round two of the Discretionary Fund is now live.
Please note that the eligibility criteria remains the same for this second round, and if your application was rejected previously then you are not eligible for this fund.
Round two of the Discretionary Fund provides a one-off financial hardship payment to any eligible business who has not received Government Support since the Brake Restrictions Programme in October 2020.
The eligibility for the grant will include those currently excluded from the Strategic Framework Business Fund, such as:
- Businesses that supply goods or services to the Hospitality/Leisure Sectors (who have been closed or restricted).
- Demonstrable supply-chain challenges (over 30% trade affected by COVID-19 restrictions).
- Not be legally required to close but that have experienced restricted trading, reduced footfall or demonstrable supply-chain change
Business rates relief 2021/22 [CLOSED]