23rd Sept 2021 A NEW fund is being created to help regenerate derelict areas and buildings across North Ayrshire. The Repurposing Property Grant Fund is being created to help support landowners and community groups to bring back vacant land and properties to use. It is another strand of the ambitious Community Wealth Building Strategy and
Now open for applications This grant is specifically aimed at small businesses (less than 50 employees) based in North Ayrshire which are experiencing financial challenges as a result of the COVID-19 restrictions and regulations introduced since October 2020. You should not apply for this fund if you are eligible for any scheme of support introduced
North Ayrshire Council Business Development / Business Gateway service is closed from 12.30pm on the 24th of December until 9am on the 5th of January. General Business Support Visit https://findbusinesssupport.gov.scot/ to access a range of business support services. Strategic Framework Business Fund (SFBF) If your business is required to close by law or to
If your business is required to close by law or to significantly change its operations due to COVID-19 restrictions from 2 November 2020, you may be eligible to apply for grant funding. Applications to the Strategic Framework Business Fund should be made through your local authority website. You can apply for a: temporary closure grant - £2,000 or £3,000
20th October 2020 Please note this fund closed to new applications at 5pm on Tuesday 3rd November 2020. A new Fund that will support local businesses during the latest phase of restrictions will be available from this morning (Tuesday 20 October, 9am). The Scottish Government has announced £40 million in funding for businesses and employees
6th July 2020 The Scottish Government Coronavirus Business Support fund will close on Friday 10th July at 5pm. If you made an application in the past 10 working days and have not yet heard the outcome, please be assured that this will be processed by the local authority who will contact you in due course.