Restart Grant Plus Application


Restart Grant Plus – a Grant to Reconnect SMEs with their Employees and Customers
If You Received a Payment Through Restart Grant 1 Please Read Below
Restart Grant 1 Recipients (businesses who previously received a grant payment) do not need to complete this form – Restart Grant one recipients have received an email from Westmeath County Council with instructions.

See FAQ 17
See FAQ 18
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Email Address for acknowledgement and contact.
Primary Phone Number
Add mobile number.
See FAQ 19
See FAQ 21

Must be less than 25 million across all branches FAQ 9
Brief description of business activity.
If your business closed, what date did it close?
If your business closed, what date will it reopen?
What is your estimated value of turnover loss from 1st April 2020 to 30th June 2020?
What is your estimated % turnover loss from 1st April 2020 to 30th June 2020? Must be 25% loss or more for the period - see FAQ 9

How many employees were in the business at end February 2020 (full time equivalent number) including staff across all branches. Must be between 0 and 250 full time equivalents – see FAQs 9 and 13.
How many employees of the business are in receipt of the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme (TWSS)?
How many employees are in receipt of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP)?

You are only required to answer this section if your business is in the childcare sector.
Have you applied for a Reopening Support Payment for the childcare sector from the Department of Children and Youth Affairs FAQ 15

I hereby declare that the business trading as the trade name outlined in question 3 above suffered a loss of the amount and percentage of expected turnover to 30th June 2020, outlined in the response to questions 28 and 29 above. I confirm that the business will remain open OR will reopen on the date specified in question 27.
I declare that I intend to retain those employees currently receiving TWSS.
I declare that I have not applied for a Reopening Support Payment for the childcare sector from the Department of Children and Youth Affairs.

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