#ForgottenLtd is a grass roots campaign calling for the fair and equal support for small business owners, left vastly unsupported by the government support schemes launched in response to COVID19 and the lockdown.
From 15 June, the government in England intends to allow all other non-essential stores, ranging from department stores to small independent shops to reopen with retailers being told to make every effort to comply with social distancing and be ‘COVID-19 Secure.’ For England, the government has produced guidance to help ensure workplaces are as safe Read More…
Following a number of weeks in lockdown the government has started to publish details of the exit strategy and returning to work, with the guidance currently applicable to England only. What should you be considering as you prepare to return to work?
The survey looks at a number of different areas, including government support for businesses and the self employed, HETAS Registration and benefits and HETAS training.
In addition to the support already in place from government, on the 4th May Bounce Back loans were announced. Britain’s small businesses will be able to apply for quick and easy-to access loans of up to £50,000 from today – with the cash expected to land within days.
Air pollution has fallen in many areas across the UK as lockdown measures take effect. This trend mirrors the reductions seen across Europe and China. So what impact is the impact of domestic burning on air quality?
On Thursday 26th March 2020 the Government set out it’s measures to support the self-employed and have lost income due to coronavirus. You should use this scheme if you’re self-employed or a member of a partnership and have lost income due to coronavirus. The scheme will allow you to claim a taxable grant worth 80% Read More…
A number of government schemes are now in place During this difficult and uncertain time for businesses and individuals various emergency schemes have been produced by government to help businesses survive the Covid-19 pandemic. We urge all of our registrants to investigate what funding is available. We have outlined the key schemes put in place Read More…
Is your business prepared for the Coronavirus? As the outbreak continues to spread it’s understandable that businesses are concerned throughout the UK and the World.
The UK Government published it’s 2020 Budget on Wednesday 11th March with the Chancellor Rishi Sunak providing a boost to renewable technologies with the extension of The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive. In addition, funding has been allocated to support the design and delivery of net-zero policies and programmes.