Reopening the High Street

Reopening the High Street

Supporting High Street businesses

To help support our local businesses, South Cambridgeshire District Council have recruited two new High Street Business Support Officers.

In early July they started visiting local businesses, offering support and guidance and signposting. They will also be distributing window and floor stickers, posters and leaflets which support the Council's Shop-Local Shop-Safe message.

Please make the most of this opportunity to ask questions and share any views with our officers, particularly on what else we could do to support businesses. 

This has been made possible by the allocation of funding by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to support Reopening of the High Street.

Complete our high street survey

Small to medium sized, customer-facing business in South Cambridgeshire are invited to fill in a short online survey about reopening your business. You can ask our team your questions about reopening, and let us know what support you need.

Questions include what operational changes businesses have already made and what they may be planning to make. You can also share whether you have any wider concerns about reopening to do with signage and crowd control etc., and how the Council could provide additional support, such as through communication to residents.

Please take five minutes to complete our survey

Ask your District Councillors and MPs

On Wednesday 8 July we held an online Greater Cambridge Business Forum (in partnership with Cambridge City Council) for high street businesses to ask questions to District Councillors and our local MPs. Please check this page for information about future forums. 

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