Thousands of smaller businesses in England are set to benefit from £20 million of new government funding to help them recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Liverpool BID Company alongside Marketing Liverpool are hosting a new Liverpool Visitor Economy panel where we will be discussing the gradual re-opening of Liverpool city centre on a Zoom webinar on Thursday 13 August, 12-1pm.
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Liverpool BID Company alongside Marketing Liverpool are hosting a new Liverpool Visitor Economy panel where we will be discussing the gradual re-opening of Liverpool city centre on a Zoom webinar on Thursday 16 July, 12-1pm.
On 8 July 2020, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced The Plan for Jobs worth £30bn, the next step towards economic recovery of the UK's Government
Liverpool Without Walls is designed to provide support to help cafes and restaurants trade outside, a range of support is being deployed across the city, including road closures on Bold Street and Castle Street, grants to purchase street furniture or free trading permits.
As part of Liverpool Without Walls, Bold Street will be closed to traffic from 4 July to allow businesses to expand outdoors. If your business want to make use of the space outside your business please complete the form below. Please be aware that you are to only operate within the approved, designated area assigned to your business.
Liverpool is a welcoming place for everyone and the message since the country went into lockdown has been clear; to get through this, we have to work together and shoulder responsibility side by side.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has today (Tuesday 23 June) set out further changes to lockdown measures in England to enable people to see more of their friends and family, help businesses get back on their feet and get people back in their jobs.
To prepare for the reopening of bars, cafes and restaurants Liverpool City Council are encouraging businesses to apply for a temporary street café licence to place tables and chairs on the pavement outside your premises or extend current ones. The licence is free and will last until 31st December 2020.