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Experience culture like no other at Bangor
Business Improvement Districts (BID's) are becoming a worldwide success story with an estimated 1,400 having been established. The Bangor BID was established in 2015, and has developed a strategy to enhance the business environment and improve economic growth in the BID areas by investing in and improving the City for everyone’s benefit.
The Bangor BID is working hard to make our City Centre a better place to shop, study, visit, stay, work and live. Ensuring the City Centre is Clean and Green, Smart and Safe is vital part of being able to Proudly Promote the district as a location that is Influential and Integrated in its approach to the wide range of businesses that it serves.
The BID is not a substitute for central or local government services, but is a way
additional funding can be raised which businesses then decide how to use to
strengthen the local business economy.
For more information about BID’s and how your business can benefit, please see our about page, or contact us via the link at the bottom of the page.
Graduation week (15-19 July) will see 2,100 graduating students and 5-6,000 of their friends and relatives filling the city and visiting Bangor’s businesses. We’d like to celebrate this by congratulating our students on their achievements, and welcoming their loved ones to our city.Read More
As a follow-up to Sir John Timpson's visit to Bangor University last month, we are invited to meet the team behind the the transformation of Altrincham.Read More
Following the success of the Dreams Window project, the windows of the empty Greenwoods shop on Bangor High Street are again being utilised in a way that benefits and engages the community.Read More