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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.
As part of AGB Bangor BID’s ongoing commitment to improving communications, and to keep the levy payers updated on all developments, we’re going to be publishing a monthly report highlighting what’s been going on, what’s planned for the coming months, how we’re progressing with various projects, and how you can get involved.
A new Board of Directors has been in place since the end of July, with a fresh impetus to move things forward and some excellent ideas to fulfill the BID’s objectives.
To receive these report directly in to your email inbox, please scroll down to the bottom of the home page and join our mailing list.Read More
Bangor BID are committed to improve communication and transparency, and moving forward, we will be publishing papers from Board meetings, which will include Board meeting minutes, Board Packs with information on matters to be discussed at Board meetings, and a Levy Payer's Report highlighting progress on key projects.
Here is the Board Pack from September's Board meeting so please take some time to read it, digest it, and get back to us with any comments.
As reported in the last newsletter, the city's Strategic Partnership Access and Linkages group has been working to develop a new Master Plan for the city. As part of this process LDC Design were appointed to develop high level and some specific detailed designs for the city.Read More