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Friday, October 16, 2020

Clwyd South receives £30,774,732 in Government Covid loans

Businesses across Clwyd South have benefitted from £30,774,732 worth of loans since the start of the Coronavirus outbreak. 

This includes 961 Bounce Back Loans (100 per cent Government-backed loans which are interest-free for the first 12 months) worth £24,874,029. 

The scheme ensures that small firms who need vital cash injections to keep operating can get finance in a matter of days, with no repayments due during the first 12 months.

In addition, 26 loans have been made in Clwyd South at a value of £5,900,703 through the Coronavirus Business Interruption Scheme. This scheme has helped small and medium-sized businesses to access loans and other kinds of finance up to £5 million.

Across Wales, a total of 48,893 Bounce Back Loans, worth £1,347,011,281, and 1,691 Coronavirus Business Interruption Loans, worth £373,795,012 have been provided to support businesses across all sectors, protecting jobs and livelihoods.

The Chancellor also announced last week that the government’s Job Support Scheme will be expanded to protect jobs and support businesses required to close their doors as a result of Coronavirus restrictions, alongside increasing the cash grants to businesses in England required to shut in local lockdowns to support with fixed costs–worth up to £3,000 per month.

Commenting, Clwyd South MP Simon Baynes said: “So far, the Government has provided over £200 billion throughout its economic response to coronavirus to support jobs and businesses in the UK.

“This year has been hugely challenging for businesses in Clwyd South, but these latest figures demonstrate the scale of support that the Conservative Government has put in place to protect livelihoods and businesses.

“Never has the Conservatives’ agenda to level up the whole county been so important–and we will continue to focus on supporting hardworking families across Clwyd South.”

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