Business Falkirk brings together the whole suite of business support programmes offered by Falkirk Council.
This includes Business Gateway Falkirk Council with access to expert business advisors, workshops, events and online help.
Business Falkirk also includes various events run throughout the year.
Additionally, we provide a gateway to access other parts of Falkirk Council, if there is a regulatory function or support you need from any part of Falkirk Council, let us know.
You can find out more information on Business Gateway services on the
Business Gateway Falkirk page.
There is a programme of business events available to help develop opportunities for businesses,
update on local and national support programmes and provide networking opportunities.
You can find details of the programme of business support events on the Business Gateway Falkirk Council event listings page.
Tax Incremental Finance
Falkirk Council's £67 million Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) scheme is expected to bring in
£413 million in private investment into the area, creating almost 6,000 jobs and hundreds of apprenticeships.
Under TIF, councils fund improvements by borrowing against future business rates
income that should be created by the regeneration and development.
The 25 year TIF plan has three phases across Falkirk and Grangemouth. Under the plan,
links from the M9 motorway to industrial areas will be improved and 400,000 square
metres of business space will be made available.
Improvement plans for West Mains, Westfield and Middlefield area
New plans to improve the infrastructure around the West Mains, Westfield and Middlefield areas were unveiled at a public consultation event held on Thursday 3 October at Forth Valley College in Falkirk. A copy of the plans and a digital mock up are available below.
- A9 and A904 Draft boards