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Business

Burnley Business news.

Burnley business grants to close 28th August

• The government has announced that the Small Business Grants Fund, the Retail, Leisure and Hospitality Leisure Grants Fund and the Discretionary Grants Fund will all close 28th August
• £22,486,286 of grants have been made to Burnley businesses so far
• Businesses who still haven’t made a claim and wish to do so, should check their eligibility and apply as soon as possible - before Sunday 16th

Get ready for more al fresco eating and drinking in Burnley this summer

The government has enacted changes to pavement café licensing. Owners need a licence to place tables and chairs outside their café, bar or restaurant on the highway. The changes aim to offer a more quicker application process for a pavement café licence. 

The change is a temporary measure to support businesses selling food and drink, because social distancing guidance reduces the number of customers that can be served indoors. Use of outdoor spaces is also seen as a positive way to reduce the spread of COVID-19. 

Council Tops up Government Support for Market Traders

Burnley Council’s executive has agreed a recovery package to support Burnley Market through the coronavirus pandemic.

The executive agreed a package of assistance to market traders in addition to that already provided by Government. The executive values the work of the market and its long tradition and is doing its best, despite the council's own financial difficulties, to support market traders to get the market on its feet.

Further grant help for local businesses

The Government has made an additional £1.215m of funding available to Burnley Council, to allow the local authority to provide further support to small businesses in the borough during the coronavirus crisis.

This funding is in addition to the £24.5m that has been allocated for the Small Business Grants Fund and the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Fund.

The support is aimed at those small businesses who were not eligible to benefit from the current Small Business Grants Funds and the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grants Fund.

New food hub at Burnley Market Hall is tasty treat

A new “food hub” has opened in Burnley Market Hall as part of wider work to develop the market.

The Market Kitchen was officially unveiled by the Mayor of Burnley, Councillor Charlie Briggs today (Friday 5th Oct).

The Mayor said: “We are all confident that the Market Kitchen will be a huge success. I have no doubt that residents will be coming through the doors and enjoying the very tasty delights on offer and I wish the Market Kitchen every success for the future.”

Burnley supports businesses with week of free seminars & training events

Burnley Council is running its Burnley Business Week again from 14th – 18th May 2018. Supporting Burnley businesses and their growth is a top priority for the Council.

Details of the week of FREE seminars, training sessions, and masterclasses can be found by visiting Burmley.co.uk or calling Burnley Council on 01282 477213. All the events are hosted by business experts to help businesses grow.

Trebor delivers Burnley Vision Park phase 1

Trebor Developments handed the keys over to Burnley Council on the completed Phase One development at Vision Park at the official launch of the new business facilities.

Phase One consists of a range of quality industrial units from 1,500 sq ft to 5,000 sq ft, which will be available on flexible terms.  Several units are already under offer.

Trebor is promoting Phases Two and Three for office accommodation and hybrid industrial/office units to meet occupiers’ specific requirements.

New business space within Burnley’s latest flagship business park

Evolve, a unique new premium business space complex on Burnley’s latest flagship business park, Vision Park, will be ready for occupation within weeks.

The Evolve building provides units from 807 sq.ft. to 2,605 sq.ft. with B1 office, research and development and light industrial uses.

The quality managed business space which is located close to the town centre and two motorway junctions offers high quality business space aimed at growing businesses in hi-tech digital engineering and creative industry sectors.

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