York residents and businesses are being reminded that they could receive up to £5,000 to support the resistance and resilience of their property as part of a national package of financial support available.
The Government is providing the funding to enable local authorities to provide grants of up to £5,000 to homeowners and businesses that have been flooded as a result of Storm Desmond and Storm Eva to help fund additional flood resilience or resistance measures for their properties.
The resilience grant will enable those who have been flooded to better prepare their homes for future flood events, both to prevent flood water from entering the property and to speed the recovery if it does.
People who think they may be eligible for a grant needs to register their interest by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01904 552300.
They will then be sent:
- information on steps needed to access funds
- flood resilience grant application form
- flood resilience grant application guidance notes
- frequently asked questions
More information about the grants is available at www.york.gov.uk/FloodResilienceGrants
The update from the Two Ridings foundation, which is allocating the grants from the York Flood Appeal, has still not appeared on their web site .
The organisation promised that it would be published earlier in the week.