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Flooding Support
mywebman
28th February 2014
Kent County Council have supplied the below details for places business owners can get support following the recent floods: Maidstone Borough Council - Paying Business Rates if affected by flooding Kent County Council - scroll down to the section "If you have been affected by flooding" National Flood Forum - Ready for Flooding Small Business Storm Relief Fund UK Storm Business Fund- RBS / Nat...
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Pensions Auto-enrolment
mywebman
28th February 2014
Advertisement Feature Auto-enrolment – Two Options - Prepare or Pay the Fine Unlike many previous Government legislative changes the new rules apply to all UK employers regardless of their size, and all businesses will therefore be affected at some point leading up to April 2017. All employers have been given a staging date – this is the date by which they are required to auto-enrol eligible job...
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Has your business been affected by flooding?
mywebman
7th January 2014
If your business has been affected by the recent floods, Maidstone Borough Council would like to help. They will visit to ensure they are doing all they can to get you back up trading and where applicable inform you of how to claim possible business rate relief. If you have been affected please click here to let us know and we will pass your details to MBC's Economic Development Department Kind...
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House Needed for Flooded Out Family
mywebman
28th December 2013
A 3-4 bed house is needed urgently for a Marden family that have been flooded out. A minimum of 2 reception rooms (3 preferable) as the husband works from home. If you have anything at all of this size empty or becoming empty soon, please call 01622 832679 Kind Regards, Steve Ford Secretary - Marden Business Forum
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Yalding Exemption Permits
mywebman
23rd September 2013
It has come to the attention of Kent County Council that some local businesses are having their operations unduly affected by the weight restrictions through Yalding and Collier Street. As such the council would like to offer exemption permits to allow large vehicles to enter the restriction zone whilst on local business. Click Here for more information and details on how to apply for a permit.
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