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    Covid-19 Business Support

    At the end of October, the government made some important updates to key documents to give businesses further clarity on continued operation during the current outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19)…

    As the responsible automotive cluster for the North West, Yorkshire & Humber, the Northern Automotive Alliance (NAA) has a social responsibility to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, and maintain business support throughout. 

    The NAA team continue to work from home, electing to continue regular liaison with NAA members by other means than face to face communication.  We are co-ordinating as many of our planned events by Webinar as possible.

    Furthermore, the NAA have opened up a dialogue with members to facilitate support for on-going business via local and national government.  Current support and information available from Government can be found in the following links, with this being the key information for working safely in factories:

    Latest Government Guidance for working safely during coronavirus covid-19 For Factories Plants and Warehouses – ** updated 28th October

    The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has opened a Business Support Helpline, on 0300 4563565

    For anyone having difficulty paying tax bills there is a Time to Pay scheme run by HMRC and businesses are encouraged to contact them sooner rather than later on 0800 0159559.

    The SMMT has a section on its website focused on the UK automotive industry, including Latest Updates, Business Support, Webinars, How to help and FAQs for business:

    For those looking for local support via regional County Councils, and Local Enterprise Partnerships;

    Link to Covid-19 Q&A Page

    As a cluster, we will remain open for business as usual and if you need to contact us, please do.

    European Regional Development Fund Northern Powerhouse
    Partners Department for Business Innovation and Skills Finance Birmingham