Government grants available to businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic
Suffolk local authorities are working hard to support local businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. Throughout the pandemic Government has provided grant funding to businesses which, in Suffolk, is being distributed through district and borough authorities. The number of grants and eligibility requirements change with tier status and / or when the country is in a national lockdown.
To find out all of the latest financial support for businesses during coronavirus (COVID-19) please visit the Government website here: Financial support for businesses during coronavirus (COVID-19) - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Or alternatively to find out more and how to apply for business grants please visit your local authorities webpages here:
The latest information on the distribution of Government support available to businesses, employees, self-employed & the vulnerable can be found on the following document:
March 2021 Business Support Summary
The following document provides an overview of funding available to all of Suffolk's sectors at a local, regional and national level. This document is regularly updated, however if you know of any grant funds and / or loans that are not within the document please contact email@example.com.
Funding support available summary
Between March 2020 to September 2020 Suffolk local authorities worked hard to distributed over £178m in grants to 15,292 to local businesses. A summary paper of the local grants has been produced, please view this on the document to the right.
Summer 2020 grant distribution summary