Through our Investing in Business programme, we have grants from tens to hundreds of thousands of pounds to contribute towards your investment in fixed assets such as land, buildings, plant and equipment or for Research & Development.
We can provide full support in the application process.
Investing in Business is open for applications from businesses of any size, including start-ups, currently operating in Allerdale or Copeland or looking to invest in one of the UK’s most vibrant business destinations, further bolstering our package of support for inward investors.
The programme is targeted at businesses involved in manufacturing, processing, engineering or fabrication activities, and tourism attractions.
The remaining funds are in demand, don’t delay and miss out – the deadline for the next set of approvals is June 21, 2013
For further advice and guidance, or to make an informal enquiry, please contact Nik Hardy at Britain’s Energy Coast on 01900 65656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To commence the application process, applicants must complete an Expression of Interest Form, with our assistance if required.
When you have completed the Expression of Interest Form you must send it to us either by post;
Energy Coast West Cumbria Limited
Moss Bay House, 40 Peart Road,
Derwent Howe Industrial Estate, Workington,
Cumbria, CA14 3YT
Or by email; email@example.com
|Deadline for next set of approvals
|| June 21, 2013
|Final deadline for full applications
|| September 30, 2013
| Deadline for claims
|| December 31, 2013
||Businesses should plan their projects and submit their applications as soon as possible.|
|Decisions||BEC will aim to make decisions between six and 13 weeks depending on the financial amount and complexity of the application.|
The Investing in Business programme aims to create and safeguard 1,077 sustainable private jobs and unlock a further £31m of private sector investment. It has been made possible thanks to a £5.6m grant from the Regional Growth Fund matched by £1m of BEC’s own funding via funding partners the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.