£3 million available for local businesses
Published: Monday, 25th January 2021
Fresh funding is now available to local businesses through a second phase of discretionary business grants administered by South Norfolk and Broadland District Council.
Winners of the first Broadland & South Norfolk Business Awards announced
Published: Monday, 21st December 2020
Find out all the awards winners.
More financial help available for local businesses
Published: Monday, 7th December 2020
The application process for the Government’s Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) for businesses affected by the current coronavirus restrictions is now open.
Lockdown grants for local businesses
Published: Wednesday, 11th November 2020
Local businesses that have been affected by the latest lockdown are being encouraged to apply for support grants from South Norfolk and Broadland District Council.
Grants to help tourism in Broadland recover from Covid-19 now available
Published: Tuesday, 18th August 2020
Extra support for the tourism industry in Broadland to help the sector recover from the impact of Covid-19 has been unveiled.
Getting the economy moving again
Published: Monday, 10th August 2020
Broadland District Council has led the way in providing support for both businesses and residents during the COVID-19 crisis.
Coronavirus recovery blueprint announced for businesses and residents in Broadland and South Norfolk
Published: Wednesday, 5th August 2020
Broadland and South Norfolk Councils have announced plans on how they will support and drive the economic recovery and provide help for communities across the two districts,
Is your business eligible for a COVID-19 support grant?
Published: Friday, 31st July 2020
Broadland District Council still has government grant funding available to help qualifying local businesses who have been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Market towns given a ‘Confidence’ boost
Published: Thursday, 11th June 2020
Market towns across South Norfolk, Broadland and Breckland have been given a confidence boost ahead of Monday’s reopening of non-essential retail.
More financial support available for businesses and charities in Broadland
Published: Wednesday, 10th June 2020
The Local Discretionary Grant scheme will see businesses and charities affected by the Covid-19 pandemic receive £1.22 million of Government money through Broadland District Council.
Council ‘confidence’ campaign to inspire high street bounce back
Published: Friday, 29th May 2020
Three district councils have joined forces to help local high streets reopen and start trading again.
Tourist Attractions in Broadland benefit from grants to help them survive impact of Covid-19
Published: Friday, 29th May 2020
Tourist attractions in Broadland affected by the impact of Covid-19 are among businesses and organisations to receive Government grants to help them through the crisis.
Investment in Future Talent project to start in Aylsham
Published: Thursday, 11th July 2019
Broadland District Council is launching a project to deliver a new way of supporting local businesses and residents in rural areas, starting in Aylsham.
Business rates relief aimed at increasing growth
Published: Tuesday, 5th June 2018
Members of Broadland District Council's Cabinet this morning agreed to proposals aimed at attracting new businesses to the area and helping existing businesses to grow.
Council helps Karen back to work after 27 years
Published: Tuesday, 30th January 2018
A Hellesdon woman has landed her first job after a career break of 27 years, thanks to the help of Broadland District Council's employment programme.
Business support Skin Therapy Clinic
Published: Wednesday, 30th August 2017
Broadland District Council's business support team has been working with a new venture in Thorpe St Andrew.
Training helps taxi drivers safeguard passengers
Published: Friday, 21st October 2016
Broadland District Council is requiring the drivers of all of the district's 232 private hire vehicles to attend a safeguarding course.
Training grants for businesses worth up to £5,000 – available now - no match funds required
Published: Wednesday, 13th July 2016
Businesses in the region have a unique opportunity to benefit from training grants worth up to £5,000 per company - with no need for them to contribute.