Clevedon Business Improvement District (BID) has raised approximately £500,000 over the next five years to invest in marketing, promotion and street enhancement in clevedon.

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AIMS & OBJECTIVES

The Clevedon BID project aims to attract more people to Clevedon’s town centre, Hill and Seafront shopping and leisure areas. The BID will also explore how to make Clevedon a better location for office based businesses. How can this benefit you and your business?

Consultation

In 2016 and 2017 Clevedon businesses were consulted on the idea of a Business Improvement District (BID) for the town. Throughout feedback has been very positive and now the final stages of the BID developoment are being explored in order to commence a BID for the town centre, Hill shopping area and waterfront.

LOYALTY CARD

The BID is working with Triangle Traders by supporting the launch of a Clevedon Loyalty Card which will enable users to gain discounts from numerous independent shops, restaurants, cafes etc throughout the town.  For more information click here.

ABOUT BIDS

A BID is formed following consultation and a ballot in which businesses vote on a BID Proposal or business plan for the area.

If the ballot is successful, it is then managed and operated by a BID Company – a non-profit company run by and for its members – and is funded through the BID levy, typically based on 2% of a businesses’ rateable value.

THE IMPACT OF A BID

A successful BID can have quite an impact on a town and its businesses. Watch to find out how the Truro BID has breathed new life into the town:

BID AIMS

We are consulted businesses extensively on the purpose, aims and activities for the Clevedon BID. Click on the brochure thumbnail to read or download. Consultation is now closed however for background please click here for the BID consultation form.

 

AUTUMN 2017:

Draft BID Proposal and Business Plan / Publish BID Proposal and Business Plan

SPRING 2018:

Ballot

where does the bid cover?

Map is indicative only – subject to change