WECA is offering SMES a free business carbon survey over December 2020 as part of our Green Business Grant scheme and our commitment to supporting a green recovery. Your personalised carbon survey will look at how you can save money, energy and reduce carbon in your business.
Help us by completing the B&NES Business Pulse Tracker Survey. The purpose of the survey is to measure sentiment amongst businesses in Bath & North East Somerset and track their views and experiences in response to the pandemic over time. This quarterly survey will also help Bath & North East Somerset Council to design interventions and monitor the impact of Covid-19 on the local economy.
The survey takes between 3-5 mins to complete and is live until 6pm Wednesday 9th December.
This survey is part of a research project by Whitecap Consulting into LegalTech in Bristol & Bath, currently supported by Bristol Law Society, the West of England Combined Authority (WECA), Invest Bristol & Bath, Bristol+BathLegalTech, Foot Anstey, Burges Salmon, Datasharp Integrated Communications, and VWV .
The output will be a published report detailing the findings and recommendations as to how the region can collectively build its competitive advantage in LegalTech.
The Additional Restrictions Grant is a discretionary payment to help businesses that have been adversely impacted by national restrictions imposed to control the spread of Covid-19. The scheme is now open from Today, Monday 16 November to Friday 27 November 2020. This is in addition to the Government’s Local Restrictions Grant which is aimed at businesses who are required to close as a result of lockdown
A new grant scheme worth a total of £23m is to open to businesses in the West of England to secure jobs and deal with the effects of Covid-19 restrictions, Regional Mayor Tim Bowles has announced today (Friday 13 November).
Businesses that have been required to close as part of the new coronavirus restrictions can now apply for a Government support grant from Bath & North East Somerset Council.
The Government’s Local Restrictions Support Grant (Closed) Addendum, supports businesses which had been open as usual, providing services in person to customers from their business premises, but which were then required to close due to national lockdown restrictions imposed by government.
The grant is for businesses that pay business rates on their premises and:
The Local Restrictions Support Grant (LRSG) supports businesses that were open as usual, providing services in person to customers from their business premises, but which were then required to close for at least 3 weeks due to local lockdown restrictions imposed by government.
It is for businesses that pay business rates on their premises. Local councils may at their discretion also provide funding for businesses that don’t pay business rates.