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Scotland publishes proposals for tourism recovery

Scotland publishes proposals for tourism recovery

The Scottish Tourism Recovery Taskforce has published its recommendations for supporting the sector’s recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The taskforce was charged with looking at what priority rescue measures both the Scottish and UK governments can take to bolster recovery. The group’s recommendations, which will now be carefully considered by the Scottish Government include:...

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Information from VisitScotland on how to apply for the Coronavirus Restrictions Fund

Information from VisitScotland on how to apply for the Coronavirus Restrictions Fund

Economy Secretary in Scotland, Fiona Hyslop, has outlined details of a £40 million fund to help businesses affected by temporary restrictions to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). The Coronavirus Restrictions Fund will provide one-off grants of up to £3,000, depending on rateable value, to bars, restaurants and other businesses required to close by regulations....

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Grants for businesses in Liverpool

Grants for businesses in Liverpool

The business that are eligible to apply for the hospitality and leisure grant in the Liverpool Very High level area include camping and caravan parks – as long as the business lies within the definition of a micro or a small business, as specified below: Micro business: turnover (t/o) no more than £632,000; balance sheet...

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Self-Employment Income Support Scheme – second grant

Self-Employment Income Support Scheme – second grant

If you’re self-employed or a member of a partnership and have been adversely affected by coronavirus (COVID-19), you may be able to claim a grant through the Government’s Self-Employment Income Support Scheme. Applications for the second and final grant are now open if your business has been adversely affected on or after 14 July 2020....

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Changes to CJRS from 1 September

Changes to CJRS from 1 September

There are changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) from 1 September.  Employers need to know that: From 1 September CJRS will pay 70% of usual wages up to a cap of £2,187.50 per month for the hours furloughed employees do not work. You will still need to pay your furloughed employees at least...

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Job retention bonus announced

Job retention bonus announced

The government is introducing a new Job Retention Bonus (JRB) to provide additional support to employers who keep on their furloughed employees in meaningful employment, after the government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme ends on 31 October 2020. The JRB is a one-off payment to employers of £1,000 for every employee who they previously claimed for...