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Coronavirus (Covid-19): advice and information for businesses

The government is in the process of introducing a number of measures to support local businesses at this time and you can keep up to date with these on the GOV.UK support for businesses webpage. You should also check out the range of resources and guidance available from the Business Growth Hub which includes ten steps to take now and access to informative webinars.

Reopening our town centres and high streets

As restrictions are lifted and pubs, bars and restaurants prepare to open their doors from the 4 July, there is a great deal that hospitality businesses need to consider when reopening.

Visit the reopening of town centres and the high street page on the Council's website.

You can also visit Trafford's Coronavirus updates web page for the latest news and updates as well as the Business support, advice and funding page which will will be updated regularly with news of initiatives and advice.

Welcome to Trafford

The Council’s Strategic Growth Team is here to act as a single point of contact for businesses in the Borough. Whether it’s through identifying potential funding opportunities, searching for sites or premises, guiding you through available business support provision or supporting new and expanding companies, the Team is ready to help and advise you.

Latest news

Grant applications now open for businesses affected by COVID-19 restrictions
Trafford Council is inviting grant applications from eligible Trafford-based businesses that are liable for business rates and have been impacted by COVID-19 local and national lockdown restrictions, as it rolls out the government's Local Restriction Support Grant Scheme.

Trafford to launch 'Free after 3' parking scheme
Trafford's shops and shoppers are getting an early Christmas boost, with the Council's 'Free after 3' parking scheme launching across the borough.

Trafford Council closes gym for failing to close during lockdown
Trafford Council has closed down a gym which broke the new Government coronavirus rules by continuing to stay open.

 

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