Chester 01244 405 555

Grosvenor Court
Foregate Street Chester
Cheshire CH1 1HG
DX: 19990 Chester


Shrewsbury 01743 443043

Lakeside House
Oxon Business Park
Shrewsbury SY3 5HJ
DX: 148563 Shrewsbury 14

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Airport City, Manchester 0161 537 3324

Offices 204 and 205
Manchester Business Park
3000 Aviator Way
Manchester M22 5TG

Coronavirus Small Business Grant Fund

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3rd April, 2020

In response to the Coronavirus, Covid-19, the Government announced there would be support for small businesses, in the form of a grant funding schemes, the Small Business Grant Fund, offering financial support of up to £10,000 for businesses that pay little or no business rates and are eligible for small business rate relief or rural rate relief.

Local authorities will be contacting small businesses directly but you can save time by starting your application today. To complete your application, you will need:

  • Business name
  • Rates reference number
  • VAT number or Company number
  • Business address
  • Applicant’s full name
  • Date of birth
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Name on the bank account
  • Sort code
  • Account number

The online application takes a matter of minutes and you will be notified immediately to let you know that the application is being processed. Please find your relevant authority below and click on the link to begin your application:


Cheshire West and Chester Council

Cheshire East Council



East Staffordshire Borough Council

Flintshire County Council


Newcastle-Under-Lyme Borough Council

Shropshire Council

South Staffordshire Council

Stafford Borough Council

Stoke-on-Trent Council

Telford & Wrekin Council

Wirral Borough Council  

Wrexham County Borough Council 


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