Last updated 14/05/2020.
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Information and support
The government has announced a range of measures to support your business through the coronavirus pandemic. You can find more information on the government’s website:
Employers and businesses owners should check for daily updates at GOV.UK and subscribe to receive email alerts to ensure they are acting on the most up to date information.
Financial assistance for businesses
The government has issued guidance and criteria on the payment of cash grants for eligible businesses. You can see these here:
Hambleton District Council is administering some of the Governments financial assistance for eligible businesses in the district. Details on how to access all support financial support can be found at the page linked below:
Online resources for businesses and employers
The government is scaling up its business support helpline in light of the current situation. As a business owner you can speak directly to an advisor. The number to call is 0300 456 3565.
HMRC has launched a tax helpline to help your business if you are concerned about paying any taxes due and Companies House has produced guidance if coronavirus means you need more time to file your accounts.
The situation is kept under constant review and any change in guidance will be based on scientific evidence. The Governments approach is clinically led, based on the expert advice of the UK’s Chief Medical Officer for England, the NHS and Public Health England.
Business and other venues social distancing measures
This document provides guidance and compliance advice for those businesses and other venues asked by the government to close as part of further social distancing measures. You can find this document here:
Hambleton District Council is working with partner organisations to ensure that the Government is kept informed of the issues for business.
Please note all business events such as the Business Conference and market town workshops are postponed or cancelled for the foreseeable future.
Businesses should check for daily updates at GOV.UK and subscribe to receive email alerts to ensure they are acting on the most up to date information.