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Shops in Brighton & Hove

Discretionary fund for small businesses

Brighton & Hove's discretionary grant fund for small businesses is coming soon. Councillors agreed the proposals at the Policy & Resources (Recovery) Sub-Committee on 29 May.

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A localised approach to a phased recovery

Council leader Nancy Platts on making sure we do our best to restart lives and the local economy safely. We want to protect residents and the people who work in Brighton & Hove, and help ensure that when shops and business reopen, they stay open and flourish. 

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Supporting small businesses 

Council leader Nancy Platts sets out how the council is supporting small businesses during the pandemic and urges those eligible for the small business grants who have not yet made contact to get in touch.

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Supporting our city’s businesses

A range of support measures are in place to help small businesses survive the Coronovirus crisis and we have trained additional staff to help us process all funding the government has made available, as quickly as possible.

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Trading Standards warns stay put, we're shut!

Even if you've booked holiday accommodation, you should not travel until government restrictions have been lifted. Our Trading Standards team is warning hotels and holiday lets they need to remain closed until further notice.

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Shelter Hall

Exciting new seafront food hall will boost local business

Brighton's flagship Shelter Hall is set to become the city's first Food Hall. The project, run by new company Sessions Market, will be home to up to ten independent Brighton & Hove food businesses offering a wide range of cuisine.