Neville Bearpark
Consultant

t: +44 (0)191 243 6000
e: nevillebearpark@unw.co.uk
Carole Almond
Senior Manager, Grant Support

t: +44 (0)191 243 6084
e: carolealmond@unw.co.uk
MEET THE TEAM

State Aid Advice

Any public sector support to private sector organisations is potentially state aid, and therefore must comply with EU regulations, such as the General Block Exemption Regulation or the de minimis regulations. This support could include assistance from local authorities, enterprise partnerships and central government in the form of grants, soft loans, guarantees or investments.

UNW has provided State Aid advice on over 60 Regional Growth Fund projects for central government, and on over 300 applications to local grant schemes including Let’s Grow in the North East, Cumbria Growth Fund, Northampton Enterprise Partnership’s R&D programme and Derby Enterprise Growth Fund.

Our audit team work with a wide variety of businesses and not-for-profits. Below Frank W Hurst of @thompsonsofp, a leading demolition company, discusses the organisations relationship with UNW: pic.twitter.com/g8BAgWTJXh

Our dental partner @AlanMSuggett was recently interviewed by dentist Bradley Thornton on The Dental Business Podcast. Alan shares his insight on the journey of a practice, as well as the challenges facing them. Listen here: podlink.to/cmu2

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