The Department for Transport (DfT) has unveiled a scheme to provide support and advice to qualifying UK airfields and associated businesses.
The fund will provide UK airfield businesses access to expert advice on a range of topics to support their future development. The scheme is open for applications from 29th of October 2020 until 3rd of December 2020.
The ADAF is open to airfield owners, operators and airfield-associated businesses across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Military airfields in receipt of Ministry of Defence funding cannot apply for support under this fund. To qualify for support, the application must relate to a UK airfield that:
Should the fund be oversubscribed, we will apply a set of additional criteria to prioritise applicants, details of these criteria can be found in the Applicant guide.
Key dates for the fund
What support is available through the fund?
Some specific examples of the type of support you could receive include:
To apply you will need to demonstrate how the advice can help protect or expand your business and aviation. Advisory services will be provided across a range of disciplines by UK based experts pre-selected by the DfT and the CAA.
The application shouldn’t take longer than 45 minutes, and we recommend you complete your application in one sitting. If you need to take a break, you can come back to your form later.
To complete the form, you’ll need to gather some essential information about your business and the related airfield.
Here’s what we’ll be looking to find out:
The scheme is administered by ICF, a global consulting and digital services provider. You can complete an application form online directly or download an application form for completion and send it to email@example.com The application is also available in Welsh.
All applications can be found at:
Download application form
Download application Form in Welsh (Cymraeg)View our one-page summary of the scheme
Guidance for applications can be found in our Application guide, for other questions related to the fund please see our FAQ document.
If you need additional support, the ADAF support team at ICF are available to help you.
If you have any further questions about the fund or about completing the application form, please get in touch:
By calling us on +44 1212336990 By emailing us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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