|Total Population||Working age Population
|Yorkshire and Humber||5,301,300||3,460,900||825,000|
|Job Title||Salary Range|
|Warehouse Operative||£13,671 – 22,799|
|Fork Lift Truck Driver||£11,594 – 21,565|
|HGV Driver||£14,492 – 25,995|
|Warehouse Shift Manager||£17,581 – 33,380|
|Transport Supervisor||£20,008 – 38,422|
|Logistics Administrator||£16,250 – 33,186|
|Transport Manager||£21,598 – 40,928|
|Gross weekly pay in Doncaster is 8% below the national average for the UK. Hourly wage rates are 11% below the national average for the UK.|
|MVQ Level 2 and above||61% of working age population|
|NVQ level 4||19% of working age population|
Funding sources and financial incentives that are currently available and that may be of interest to your company include:
The Mode Shift Revenue Support scheme assists companies with the operating costs associated with running rail freight transport instead of road. Grant funding is subject to criteria and may be withdrawn at any time.
We will provide assistance with and access to CO2Sense to help maximise the opportunities for a green building including advice on rain water harvesting, wind turbines and solar power. Subject to detailed discussions financial incentives may be available for the installation of green energy equipment such as biomass boilers.
Business rates assistance is subject to eligibility and each case is reviewed on an individual basis.
All business assistance is subject to state aid rules.
These currently (under the de-minimus rules) permit DMBC to award a maximum relief of 200,000 euro’s over 3 years.
This means that DMBC have to consider any support already received from any public resource (central or local). The amount relates to the total business, therefore, it would include any relief awarded to any part of the company wherever the location.
Data December 2013