Reopening your business and more information for Havant borough businesses


Reopening your business during the coronavirus outbreak?

We’re here to help.

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Non-essential shops including those selling clothes, shoes, toys, furniture, books and electronics - as well as tailors, auction houses, photography studios and indoor markets are able to reopen from 15 June, as long as they are safe for customers.

For practical advice and support about reopening your business and making it as safe as possible for staff and customers:

Visit our website:

Discretionary grant applications close at 6pm on Thursday (11 June)

Applications to the Local Authority Discretionary Grant Fund close at 6pm tomorrow (Thursday 11 June). Small and micro businesses that didn’t qualify for other grants but have property overheads could be eligible for this grant.

Check the criteria and apply online at:

How has coronavirus affected your business?

Tell us how the coronavirus crisis has impacted your business, where you need support and the opportunities it may have created by completing a 10-minute survey.

The survey has been developed by the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Local Resilience Forum with the University of Portsmouth.

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