The Liverpool BID Company is seeking the support from BID (Business Improvement District) levy payers for a further term of the Retail & Leisure BID until 2023.
The BID area incorporates well-known areas such as Bold Street, Cavern Quarter, Church Street, Williamson Square, Clayton Square, Queen Square, St Johns and Metquarter.
Over the past 5 years the BID has:
→ Introduced UK’s first BID police team
→ Saved £1,200/year on average for levy payers as a result of Late Night Levy exemption
→ Attracted over £600,000 of additional funding for greening projects
→ Invested over £100,000 in public realm and lighting improvements
→ Saved £30,000/year by levy payers using free promotional event spaces
→ Put BID levy payers at the heart of the city region’s Christmas campaign
→ Involved levy payers in city events and regeneration schemes
→ Mystery shopped over 1,000 businesses raising the bar in customer service
If backed by the over 600 levy payers in the postal ballot this month, a further £5m will be invested into the area to improve safety and cleansing and boost footfall through events and animation.
BID levy payers are asked to vote YES for:
→ Enhanced BID Safety Partnership
→ Dedicated BID cleansing team
→ Coordinated Christmas and seasonal campaigns
→ Improved accessibility, wayfinding and free Wi-Fi
→ A voice championing their voice
For more information visit → www.liverpoolbidcompany.com/ballot