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Grants for businesses

Winchester City Council has launched a new grant scheme to help businesses.


The Transformation, Adaptations and Diversification Fund (TAD) offers grants of up to £5,000 for adaptations, and up to £20,000 for transformation and diversification, and is part of the Government’s Additional Restrictions Grant Fund.


Andrew Gostelow, Service Lead for Economy and Tourism, at Winchester City Council, said: “This grant will support businesses and organisations to implement any new plans to adapt their premises, for example, by offering new take-away services.”


Awards will be allocated based on the individual business case submitted and organisations may apply for one or both elements of the fund. This is a limited fund and payments will be made on a first-come, first-served basis.


The deadline for applications is Monday 24th May. For more details, email ecodev@ winchester.gov.uk.


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