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The Chancellor has announced additional support to help businesses impacted by new lockdown restrictions get through until spring. Support includes one-off top up grants for retail, hospitality and leisure businesses worth up to £9,000 per property to help businesses through to the Spring.The one-off top-ups will be granted to closed businesses...
I am delighted that we have agreed a deal with the European Union and I am confident that the United Kingdom will thrive outside the EU and cement its position as the best place in the world to start, grow and run a business.The deal with the EU means the UK can now regulate in a manner that suits the UK economy and UK businesses - doing things in a more innovative and effective way, without being bound by EU rules.As with any major change, there will be challenges as we adjust to new ways of doing business with the EU.
As a response to a rapid rise in infections attributed to the rapid spread of a new variant 0of COVID-19, tougher restrictions have been introduced for Peterborough, with a new Tier 4: 'Stay at Home' alert level, that came into force at 00:01 hrs Sunday 20 December 2020. For business, those that can, should work from home.
Peterborough will be subject to the toughest coronavirus restrictions from Saturday, December 19th.
From 1 January 2021 business that deal with Europe will have to follow new rules on exports, imports, tariffs, data and hiring. If that's you, there's action that need sorting. To keep your business moving, check what you need to do at gov.uk/transition today.Changes for businesses and citizensYou need to act now if you're:
There are now under 50 days until the end of the transition period and the current rules on trading with the EU will no longer apply.
The Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority is considering launching a pilot of the Peer Networks programme which is funded by Central Government to support businesses across our region.Sponsored by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, the Peer Networks programme has a vision to create interactive groups consisting of...
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, also known as the furlough scheme, will now run until the end of March with employees receiving 80% of their current salary for hours not worked.The scheme was initially extended until 2 December, but the government is now going further so that support can be...
Businesses across the UK are being provided with additional financial support following the Prime Minister's announcement on further restrictions.The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) - also known as the Furlough scheme - will remain open until December, with employees receiving 80% of their current salary for hours not worked, up to a maximum of £2,500.