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| scotland A PLACE WHERE BUSINESS CAN GROW


Campbeltown New Quay A


rgyll and Bute is recognised as being one of the country’s most promising areas with a unique local economy which has so much to offer Scotland’s long-term economic growth and security. An area of outstanding beauty, with mountains, sea lochs, 23 inhabited islands, six main towns and more than 3,000 miles of coastline, it is one of the largest local authority areas in Scotland.


A population of 88,050 is scattered across an area of nearly 2,700 square miles, stretching from Helensburgh in the East, part of the Glasgow commuter belt, to island of Tiree in the west. It ranges from the Mull of Kintyre in the south to the growing town of Oban in the north – all well connected by road, rail, air and ferry. The enterprising spirit is already evident in Argyll with higher rates of self- employment than the Scottish average and


a history of welcoming new, creative ideas. This was clear in the Federation of Small Businesses’ Entrepreneurial Survey where Tarbert, Argyll, was in the top three towns with highest levels of self-employment. Our innovative communities have a can- do attitude leading to firsts such as the community buy-out of the island of Gigha, pioneering community renewable power schemes and successful social enterprises.


Bute.


Our business relocation grant can offer up to £10,000 to assist with business relocation costs. Applicants should have been trading for more than two years, with a turnover of more than £80,000 and at least one full-time member of staff other than the owner (paid at the Scottish living wage or more). To qualify, the business needs to demonstrate it is sustainable and has growth plans.


...our business relocation


grant can offer up to £10,000 to assist with relocation costs...


With key sectors of marine sciences and Lochfyne Oysters Ltd 40


services, quality food and drink, tourism, renewable energy, engineering and creative industries, there are many investment opportunities in the area. Argyll and Bute Council is in a position where we want to grow both our population and our economy. So, we have introduced the Rural Resettlement Fund to encourage businesses and individuals looking for new opportunities and a more balanced life-style to choose Argyll and


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Those in self-employment can apply for up to £5,000 providing they have been trading successfully for at least 12 months, are paying themselves the equivalent of the Scottish living wage and can demonstrate sustainability.


For more information, go to www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/rrf


COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MONTHLY 2018


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