Coronavirus (COVID-19): Business Ventilation Fund
The Business Ventilation Fund is open to applications.
It will remain open until 31 March 2022 or when funds are exhausted - whichever occurs first.
The Business Ventilation Fund will provide funding to help small and medium sized businesses improve their ventilation, and help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Businesses can claim up to £2,500 per eligible premises to recover the costs of carrying out work to improve ventilation and air quality. This could include:
- installing of carbon dioxide monitors
- repairs to windows and vents
Support will initially target high-risk settings where people come into close contact, such as restaurants, bars and gyms.
The total funding package is worth £25 million, and was announced by the First Minsister in September 2021.
Visit the Scottish Government website for further deatils and to chech if you're eligible - here.
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