Guidance

Waterborne freight grant scheme: guide, 2011 to 2015

Guidance on the WFG scheme which assists with the operating costs associated with running water freight transport instead of road transport.

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This guidance has now been superseded by the Waterborne freight grant scheme: guide, 2015 to 2020.

Documents

Guide to the Waterborne Freight Grant (WFG) Scheme

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Annex D: Waterborne Freight Grant - initial enquiry form

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Annex E: Application for a Waterborne Freight Grant

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Details

This scheme assists companies with the operating costs of running water freight transport instead of road (where water is more expensive than road). The waterborne freight grant (WFG) applies to coastal and short sea shipping and can assist a company for up to 3 years.

Waterborne freight grant for Scotland

Published 22 September 2011