Maldon Council leader apologises for any business grant delays

Posted on: January 4, 2021

Businesses in Maldon, Essex have been reassured by the council that those eligible for government grants will receive them, but that there may be delays.

The Leader of Maldon District Council, Councillor Wendy Stamp, apologised for any delays in an open letter to businesses in the district, saying the council could “never have anticipated” the level of demand at the beginning of the year.

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