Christmas Business Support Grants

If you are a ‘wet pub’ and have already received a Local Restriction Support Grant, you don’t need to do another application to get an extra £1,000 announced this week by Government. Manchester City Council (MCC) will use the details from your original application to send a simple form to complete and return.

December Retail Reopening: Information for Businesses

CityCo and Manchester Business Improvement District continue to work with members, levy payers and partners to ensure a safe, welcoming and hopefully busy return to trading. The council, police and transport bodies are aware of the likely increase in footfall and potential peak periods over the three remaining weeks before Christmas.

United City: Covid Support Lobbying

UnitedCity is an appeal to come together and join an initiative that will raise funds and expertise, in three ways: Independent research, Create, fund and execute campaigns, Support the most vunerable.

Covid Restrictions: Business Grants

Grants to support Manchester businesses during the November to December national lockdown and periods of local restrictions. Grants can be paidf or properties with a rateable value of £15k or under, with a rateable value of over £15k and below £51k, and for those with a rateable value of £51k or over.

December Tier 3 Restrictions: ‘Very High Alert’ Guidance Poster

In Tier 3 hospitality settings, such as bars, pubs, cafes and restaurants are closed – they are permitted to continue sales by takeaway, click-and-collect, drive-through or delivery services. Accommodation such as hotels must close aside from some exemptions. Indoor entertainment and tourist venues must close.

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