Financial assistance is available to help organisations in Great Britain with any extra employment costs that result from employing a person with a disability.
Match Funding Restrictions
Match funding of a minimum of 20% of costs is required under some circumstances.
The money can pay for things like:
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Interested organisations should contact their Disability Employment Adviser at the nearest Jobcentre Plus.
Grants are usually paid in arrears for support that has already been purchased.
Low Carbon Workspaces grants can be used towards replacing fluorescent, halogen and other lighting types with more efficient LEDs or to install other energy efficiency measures, such as insulation, heating controls or double glazing.
It is a publicly funded programme with grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 available to small and medium sized businesses, to cover a third of the cost of their project.
LEDs typically offer:
Hertfordshire based haulage company, Star Cargo, have recently been awarded a grant to install LED panels. They are expecting annual savings of £1,200 and to reduce their carbon footprint by 4.5 tonnes CO2e.
For more information or to register your interest please visit the Low Carbon Workspaces website or give Rowan Wallis a call on 01494 927163.
Are you an SME Manufacturer who could benefit from a grant?
The Manufacturing Growth Programme (MGP) is specifically designed to help SME manufacturers access funding towards specialist external consulting and coaching support to help overcome operating challenges and grow the business.
How much is the grant?
Claim up to 35% of the total cost of our project (min grant £1,000; max £3,500). The grant is now available in Hertfordshire, subject to eligibility.
What can I use it for?
To bring in external skills, coaching, mentoring or bespoke consultancy to drive growth. Support is bespoke so you get exactly the assistance you need.
These are just some of the areas MGP can help you with:
Want more information?
Accessing the Manufacturing Growth Programme is quick and easy. Contact Hemaxi Bhatt at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07973 946529. The website is www.manufacturinggrowthprogramme.co.uk.