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Lockdown 2.0 business grants

Lockdown 2.0 business grants

November 25, 2020
Lockdown 2.0 business grants

Business grants are available during the current national lockdown 5 November – 2 December 2020.

Local restrictions support grant

Businesses in Ealing that are ratepayers and had to close their doors because of the second lockdown restrictions can apply for the local restrictions support grant. This includes non-essential retail, leisure, personal care, sports facilities and hospitality businesses.

This business grant is dependent on property’s rateable value. For properties with a rateable value:

  • Of up to £15,001 – £1,334
  • Between £15,001 and £50,999 – £2,000
  • More than £50,999 – £3,000.

You can apply for the local restrictions support grant on our website.

National lockdown grant

Nightclubs and sexual entertainment venues will be entitled to the national lockdown grant.

This business grant is dependent on property’s rateable value. If the property’s value is:

  • Up to £15,001 – £667
  • Between £15,001 and £50,999 – £1,000
  • More than £50,999 – £1,500.

Ealing Council has the data and will be contacting the relevant businesses. There will be no application process and there is no need to contact us in the interim.

Discretionary grant schemes

In addition to the two business grants above, there are two other discretionary business grants. Ealing Council is currently working to determine the eligibility criteria for both schemes. Details on how to apply will appear on our website soon. There is no need to contact the us in the meantime.

Details on all business grants are available on the council’s website.

Help for businesses

We know businesses are facing challenging times at the moment. We’re continuing to offer advice and help to businesses in Ealing and encouraging our residents to shop local. Have a look at our Help for business webpages, where you can find lots of information from legislation and guidance to financial, employee and recovery support.

Find out what further help for businesses is available this winter.