Industrial action - collections update

We apologise for the current disruption to collections due to industrial action by Unite the union. Find out the latest on the dispute and which areas we plan to collect bins from this week

Overview

Funding Round 16 is now open, so submit your completed application form before the closing date of Wednesday 11 October 2017.

The Green Bridge Supply Chain Programme is a component of the £33m Business Growth Programme, which is a comprehensive business support package part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).  As lead partner, Birmingham City Council and 3 Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) are working together to deliver this important initiative, which covers the Greater Birmingham and Solihull,  Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire,  and The Marches LEP areas. 

The Green Bridge Supply Chain Programme is targeted at existing B2B Small to Medium sized Enterprises (SME) supply chain companies operating in, or expanding into the green economy, demonstrating quantifiable green benefit (i.e. energy efficiency, waste management, recycling and renewables).

Capital and revenue grants are available of £20,000 to £150,000

Note 1:  The use of consultants or third parties in completing the application form is an ineligible cost.

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