Thanks to additional funding from the Mayor’s Business Continuity Fund, we are pleased to announce a third phase of the Borough Market Trader’s Fund. This is available for businesses that were located within the inner cordon area and affected by the terrorist attacks on 3 June 2017. The guidelines for application, map of the inner cordon area, and application form can be downloaded from this page. The forms include full details about submission. Please complete and submit the application form and declaration by 10am on Monday 20 November 2017 to the email address relieffund [at] boroughmarket.org.uk or hand in to the Borough Market Information Office, 15 Three Crown Square, SE1 1TL.
About Borough Market Trader's Fund
Following the London Bridge terrorist attacks on 3 June, Borough Market, Better Bankside and United St Saviour’s Charity set up a support fund for local businesses experiencing financial hardship. Contributions to the fund were received from the three founding organisations, many other local businesses and members of the public. Over the summer, £127k was distributed to 94 local businesses whose ability to continue trading was threatened as a result of the losses incurred.
The Greater London Authority has now made further funds available in addition to continued fundraising and initiatives by local businesses over the summer. Applications for financial support are now invited from businesses and individuals whose trading continues to be threatened as a result of losses sustained over the 10 day closure.