To encourage firms to locate or expand
in certain areas.
For projects involving capital expenditure
of at least £500,000 (England).
Great Britain. Areas designated as
Projects must either create new employment
or safeguard existing jobs.
RSA is a discretionary scheme available
in those parts of Great Britain designated
as Assisted Areas. RSA takes the form
of discretionary grants to encourage
firms to locate or expand in these
areas. Projects must either create
new employment or safeguard jobs.
In England RSA is available for projects
involving capital expenditure of at
least £500k. In Northern Ireland
similar funding towards the stimulation
of new enterprises and expansion of
existing companies is available from
the Industrial Development Board or
England. (Business Link): T. (0845)
756 7765 (signpost line)
Scotland. (RSA): T. (0141) 242 5675/5676
Wales. (RSA): T. (01222) 823 216
LEDU: T. (028) 9049 1031
Industrial Development Board: T. (028)
Most of this information
was sourced from the DTI publication :
A Guide to Help for Small Business,
Every effort has been made to ensure
that the information on this page, is accurate, but no legal
responsibility can be accepted for any errors or omissions.
Most of this information was sourced from
the DTI publication : A Guide to Help for Small Business,
(URN 99/1112). This can be ordered from the DTI Web site:
DTI Publications Orderline
T. (0870) 1502 500
F. (0870) 1502 333
Textphone: (0870) 1502 100