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Issue details

EDSWR-01-19: Salisbury BID re-ballot 2019


1.    To outline the process for the Salisbury Business Improvement District) (BID) proposal re-ballot scheduled to take place in February 2019, in accordance with the BID Regulations (henceforward, ‘the BID Regulations’);


2.     To note the activity of Salisbury BID to date and the content of its business plan for a second term (2019-2024), and;


3.     To delegate authority to the council’s Section 151 Officer to cast the authority’s votes for its hereditaments within the proposed Salisbury BID boundary.



Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Notice of proposed decision first published: 22/01/2019

Decision due: Not before 30 Jan 2019 by Cabinet Member for Economic Development and South Wiltshire Recovery

Lead member: Cllr Pauline Church, Cabinet Member for Children, Education and Skills pauline.church@wiltshire.gov.uk

Department: Economic Development and Planning

Contact: Scott Anderson, Email: scott.anderson@wiltshire.gov.uk Tel: 01722 434689.

Consultation process

Ahead of the Salisbury BID ballot in February, a comprehensive consultation was held with its business members in summer 2018 to find out what businesses want the BID to deliver in the next five years.  More than 300 BID levy payers took part in the consultation.  Members were asked for feedback on key areas of the BID’s work including marketing, events, business support and ensuring the city is welcoming, safe and clean.  The results from the consultation have shaped the BID’s business plan proposal (2019-2024).





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