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Omicron Hospitality and Leisure Grant (OHLG) Application

Omicron Hospitality & Leisure Grant

Businesses can review the full Government eligibility criteria for the Omicron Hospitality & Leisure Grant.

This Scheme is designed to support businesses operating in certain sectors – namely Hospitality, Leisure and Accommodation only. The main criteria for a business to be eligible for this grant are:

  • The business property has a rateable value and was trading at 30 December 2021
  • The business is not insolvent, in liquidation or administration or being struck off
  • The business has not received funding in excess of the current subsidy control limits

To find out more about eligible businesses please see the list on the Coronavirus support for businesses page.

Amount of Grant Payable to eligible businesses:

Rateable Value Up to £15,000 £15,001 to £51,000 Over £51,000
Value of grant available £2,667 £4,000 £6,000

If you believe your business meets the main criteria and it is one of the types of eligible businesses listed, please apply using this online form:

Is your business registered on the Council's business rates list?


Have you chosen to close your business without being formally required to do so?


Is your business bankrupt, in administration, insolvent or have a striking off notice made?


Are you the registered business ratepayer on your premises (not council tax)


You are applying as?




Does your business operate from a premises within the District of Ashfield?


Information about you
Do you have authority to make this application on behalf of this business?


Information about the business
Registered address of the business being applied for

Registered address of the business being applied for

Is the trading address the same as the registered address given?


Trading address
Further Business information
Bank details
Supporting documents
Providing supporting documents

Please provide relevant evidence to support your application for this discretionary grant. The following evidence must be provided:

  • Most recent bank statement including 30 December 2021 for your business, Name, Bank Details - Sort code, Account number and recent trading transactions covering at least a one month period

Failure to supply evidence may result in a delay in making the payment if you qualify.

(file types allowed .DOC / .PDF / .JPG)
Declaration

The Government will not accept deliberate manipulation and fraud - and any business caught falsifying their records to gain additional grant money will face prosecution and any funding issued will be recovered, as may any grants paid in error. All applications will be subject to rigorous checks and verification by both the Council and Government agencies , this includes checking the information provided within this form with information held by the Local Authority. Your form data may be shared with the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) in accordance with their requirements.

I understand that if I knowingly and dishonestly provide false or misleading information in communication with the Council; including verbal communication I will be committing a criminal offence contrary to the Fraud Act 2006 and will be subject to a criminal investigation and criminal proceedings may be taken against me.

I declare the information I have provided is true and complete and understand it is my responsibility as the applicant signing this application if information is not correct.

Subsidy Conditions (previously known as State Aid)

COVID-19 business grant subsidy allowance

The EU State aid rules no longer apply to subsidies granted in the UK following the end of the transition period. From 4 March 2021, new subsidy allowances were established for the COVID-19 business grants schemes, on the basis of the principles set out in Article 3.4 of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement. There are three subsidy allowances for this scheme:

  • Small Amounts of Financial Assistance Allowance – the business is allowed up to £335,000 (subject to exchange rates) over any period of three years
  • COVID-19 Business Grant Allowance – the business is allowed up to £1,900,000
  • COVID-19 Business Grant Special Allowance - if limits under the Small Amounts of Financial Assistance Allowance and COVID-19 Business Grant Allowance have been reached, the business may be able to access a further allowance of funding under these scheme rules of up to £10,000,000, provided certain conditions are met

Please see supporting guidance notes for more information.

Grants under these allowances may be combined for a potential total allowance of £12,235,000 (taking into account all grants previously received under the COVID-19 business grants schemes and subject to the exact amount applicable under the Small Amounts of Financial Assistance Allowance).

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