Northampton Town Centre businesses voted YES to becoming a Business Improvement District (BID) in 2011, and in October 2015 businesses voted YES to renewing the BID for five more years until 2020.
Resident businesses pay a levy each year which is pooled into a collective pot and worth around £1.7million over five years.
It is this pot of funding which is used to deliver the BID events, initiatives and projects in line with the BID Business Plan.
We encourage all businesses to take an active interest in determining priorities and planning projects to meet the aims of the BID plan. If you would like to attend any of our sub-groups or have suggestions for future BID projects then please get in touch with Mark Mullen, BID Operations Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org and 01604 837766.
Alan Harland - Alan K Harland, Project Development Consultants
Andrea Smith - Franklins Solicitors LLP
Andrew Cruden - Market Square News
Brendan Bruder - Abbey Ross Property Consultants
Dan Roberts - Cottons Accountants LLP
Findlay Kelly-Jeans - Finn & Co
Gavin Willis - Gavin Willis Creative Marketing Ltd
Jake Richardson - The Richardsons Group
James Roberts – Grosvenor Centre
John Sheinman - Sheinman Opticians
Kerry Reynolds - Metro Bank
Michella Dos Santos – Magic Bean Cafe
Cllr Jonathan Nunn - Northampton Borough Council
Sali Brown - Chelton Brown
Sarah Grinsted – The Entertainer
Terry Steers – St Giles Ale House