Government Subsidy Control Regime as outlined in the draft Subsidy Control Bill (Subsidy Control Bill – Parliamentary Bills – UK Parliament). This outlines that companies, that are not ailing or insolvent without a credible restructuring plan, can receive small amounts of subsidy without the need for either a full evaluation of the subsidy or registration of the subsidy. This minimal financial assistance is up to £315,000 over a three-year period including De Minimis aid received under the European Commission’s De Minimis regulations (1407/2013) which allows a business to receive up to €200,000 of De Minimis aid in any three fiscal year period.
Data Protection StatementThe East Midlands Accelerator project is part-funded through the UK Community Renewal Fund (UKCRF) administered by the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC). East Midlands Chamber and the project partners as well as the Lead Authority process personal data. We may also share this data amongst the partnership however, it will not be used for any other purpose. We may contact you for further information regarding the interaction, and with details of other opportunities available through the project. The project has contractual obligations to collect the data included within this event booking form to record outputs and outcomes, undertake a project evaluation and so that DLUHC can monitor and evaluate the UKCRF programme. The Lead Authority in its role as Funding Manager on behalf of DLUHC, can request to see and check the information but will fully anonymise any personal data prior to delivering any required aggregated data sets to DLUHC and will not transfer any personal data to DLUHC. For the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in terms of the information processed, the following parties are Data Controllers:
See the Privacy Notice on the Chamber of Commerce website www.emc-dnl.co.uk for more information.