A new business in the Chantry Centre has been awarded a £500 boost through a Test Valley Borough Council Independent Retailer Grant.
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The store sells both new and ex-display furniture along with home accessories and gifts. Now, the store has been awarded the first £500 of its £1,000 Independent Retailer Grant.
Kate said: “We’ve really enjoyed our first few months of trading and everyone has been very supportive. Andover has a really bright future and it’s one we’re very excited to be a part of.
“The advice and help from all areas of the council has been fantastic and a massive help in us getting off the ground.”
Ward member Iris Andersen, added: “This is a really promising new business and it’s great to see the Chantry Centre even busier. Kate is right that the town has a bright future and it’s down to people such as her which is a big reason why.”
Recipients of the £1,000 grant first receive £500 after three months of trading and a further £500 six months later. To be eligible for the grant, new or existing independent businesses must occupy a town centre ground floor unit which has been vacant for at least one month.
Qualifying businesses include shops, restaurants and cafes.
These funds have become available to the community as a consequence of the council’s prudent investments, financial management and use of the New Homes Bonus.