A BUSINESS owner from Meads is frustrated he is still waiting for his government grant seven weeks after receiving the money from a different council.

Kevin Stemp, a senior aesthetic consultant at Clinic 33 in Hove, is still waiting for a government grant issued by Brighton and Hove City Council, despite receiving the same grant for his Eastbourne business back in April.

The non-invasive aesthetics clinic, Clinic 33, arrived on Meads Street in Eastbourne in April.

The family-owned business combines non-invasive, results driven procedures, with a holistic approach of exercise, nutrition and wellbeing.

Husband and wife team, Kevin and Liana Stemp, opened their first clinic in Hove in 2013 and became the first clinic in the UK outside of Harley Street to offer Cryolipolysis (aka fat freezing).

Now Kevin is unhappy with Brighton and Hove Council.

Read the full Argus story here Brighton businesses struggling to get Covid-19 grants | The Argus

Read about Clinic 33 here Clinic 33 has arrived on Meads Street in Eastbourne – Bournefree Live – Latest news from Eastbourne, Polegate, Hailsham, Pevensey, Bexhill and Sussex.