Latest advice on business support - Covid-19 crisis
The Government has issued advice to employers and businesses on support that could be available to them during the current crisis.
Small Business Grant Fund and Retail, Leisure and Hospitality Fund
Businesses in receipt of Small Business Rate Relief, Rural Rate Relief and Expanded Retail Discount may be eligible for a grant through either the Small Business Grant Fund or the Retail Hospitality and Leisure Grant Fund. Please read the guidance carefully and complete the application below.
PLEASE NOTE - the link will ask you if you want to create an account, please scroll to the bottom and click "or continue without an account" to proceed. We will aim to make payment within 10 working days.
- Download Business Support Grants FAQs
- Guidance on the above grant schemes
- Recently announced specific support for the self-employed
If your business is not able to access this fund you may be eligible under the Local Authority Discretionary Fund.
Local Authority Discretionary Business Grant Fund
Small and micro businesses not eligible for the small Small Business Grant Fund or the Retail, Leisure and Hospitality Grant Fund and have not applied to the HMRC Self Employed Fund may be eligible for support through the discretionary Fund. please read the eligibility criteria then complete the application form below.
Our top priority is jobs and skills.
Burnley Council supports companies doing business here. We can offer help and advice if you’re setting up; if you want to grow and expand; develop your workforce through skills improvement or taking on apprentices; or if you want to relocate here.
Working together has helped bring important investment into Burnley: working with Barnfield Developments to create the On The Banks area; opened up direct rail link to Manchester; worked with Safran to open up the major aerospace supplier village Innovation Drive in the North of town; developed other exciting new employment sites, such as at Burnley Bridge and Vision Park; and much much more.
Many of these positive developments result from the close working between local businesses and Burnley Council which shapes the Burnley Bondholder network - for updates from Bondholders and news and information about local companies, go to burnley.co.uk