Business and licensing
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Business and licensing news
More financial support is available to hospitality, accommodation and leisure businesses in St Albans District which have been hit by the Omicron variant of COVID-19.
Businesses in St Albans District are invited to a summit about the major issues and opportunities affecting the local economy.
Since the start of the pandemic, St Albans City and District Council has distributed more than £50m in non-repayable business support grants.
St Albans City and District Council - in partnership with Hertfordshire County Council, Harpenden Town Council and St Albans BID – is helping residents to shop safely thr
Businesses in St Albans District can apply for non-repayable funding to help them reopen safely following the national lockdown.
More than £40 million of grants have been given to businesses and other organisations in St Albans District to help them recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new group has been formed to create job and training opportunities for people in St Albans District.
A ballot to decide if St Albans BID should continue for a further five years is due to be held in the autumn.
People can feel more confident taking a taxi or minicab in St Albans District thanks to a new Travel With Confidence scheme that has been launched across Hertfordshire.
St Albans City and District Council has announced a package of financial support for businesses that continue to be severely impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic.
St Albans City and District Council is the latest of 11 councils on the Hertfordshire Growth Board to officially announce its support for the new statutory
Businesses in St Albans District which have been forced to close during the current lockdown could be entitled to more financial support.
St Albans Business Improvement District (BID) has taken on an important role in developing the local economy since it was formed three years ago, a report has concluded.
Almost £1.3 million of non-repayable grants have been given to small businesses and voluntary groups in St Albans District to help them during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Business leaders in St Albans District are urged to attend an online summit where a number of vital issues are to be highlighted and discussed.
Employers in St Albans District are urged to join the Kickstart Scheme which offers funding to create job opportunities for 16 to 24-year olds.