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This is for stories which are of interest to Chelmsford businesses.

Company director disqualified following food hygiene and housing offences

The takeaway operator has been disqualified from acting as a company director and ordered to pay fines and costs totalling £11,620.

Chelmsford City Council successfully prosecutes takeaway

A Chinese takeaway has been ordered to pay £13,000 in charges after failing to comply with Food Safety and Hygiene (England) Regulations.

Social media and ‘green’ support programmes available to help Chelmsford businesses

Local businesses can benefit for free from two new support packages arranged by Chelmsford City Council.

Apply to be an ‘Independent Person’

Chelmsford City Council is hiring for an ‘Independent Person’. This is a flexible job opportunity for a unique part-time role.

£10,000 grant available for rural businesses and community groups

A new scheme offering businesses and community groups in ‘rural’ locations up to £10,000 of free grant funding has launched.

39 Chelmsford businesses pledge commitment to Women’s Safety Charter

Our Women's Safety Charter was shared with businesses nine months ago, last week saw is launch to the public.

Restaurant ordered to close following council investigation

A city centre restaurant has been ordered to close after the council’s Environmental Health team find owners failed to meet standards.

Chelmsford businesses sign up to Women’s Safety Charter

An update on the progress of Chelmsford’s Women’s Safety Charter, three months on from its launch.

Investing in Chelmsford’s future

The City Council recently welcomed businesses to an event to discuss what the future of Chelmsford might look like.

Help shape future business support

The city council wants to hear from local businesses about what support they need to help shape the business support programme for 2023.

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