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Declaration
It is an offence to give false information. Falsely claiming this grant could lead to prosecution.
The information I have given on this form is true and accurate. I will tell your Business Rates Team if
there is any change in circumstance.
Signature
Your name (in capitals)
Position in business
Your home address
Phone number
Email address
Business details
Business name
Business address
Please tell us your date of
Are you a sole trader
Yes
birth
No
Company number
VAT registration
Business Rates account number
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Bank details
Name(s) of account holder(s)
Sort code
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Account number
State Aid
Awards such as Discretionary Relief are required to comply with the European Union State Aid De Minimis
rules.
State Aid refers to forms of assistance from a public body, or publicly funded body, given to selected business
undertakings (any business or other body that puts goods or services on the given market) that have the
potential to distort competition and affect trade between member states of the European Union. Details
available at: www.gov.uk/state-aid.
European Union state aid rules generally don’t allow government subsidies to businesses. Relief from taxes,
including business rates, can in some cases constitute state aid. However, there is a general exception from
the state aid rules, where the aid is below a ‘de minimis’ level. The de minimis level is usually €200,000 to any
one business over any three-year period but for the purposes of this grant, the limit has been increased to
800,000.
You must tell us if you will exceed this limit.
Privacy
Find out how we use your personal information at rochdale.gov.uk/privacy
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