You must let us know if you discover any errors or omissions in an application you have already submitted. This also applies after the deadline for submission of grant applications has expired.
Altering information when your enterprise has had an application approved
If you discover that your application contains errors or omissions after your enterprise has had its application approved, you must submit a new application.
It is always the most recently submitted application that applies; a new application will automatically supersede any previously submitted application. If you have already received a grant, the difference will be either paid to you or reclaimed via an invoice sent to you.
Who cannot submit a new application/amend information?
- Anyone who wishes to withdraw their application and repay the full grant amount
- Anyone who wishes to amend the amounts, but will not be able to use the form because the conditions for applying are no longer met
- Anyone who only wishes to correct the refund amount for the accountant/auditor
- Anyone who wishes to change the responsible enterprise in a group
In such cases, you must notify us using our contact form. We will then contact you.
Submitting a new application when your enterprise has had an application rejected
If you discover that your application contains errors or that the conditions for applying come to be met after the enterprise has had an application rejected, you can submit a new application.
What can you appeal against?
You should appeal if you believe we have calculated the grant itself incorrectly based on the information you submitted, or alternatively if you believe we have based our calculation on other facts which are incorrect, or if you believe we have made a procedural error.