BRISTOL HARBOUR FESTIVAL 2024

Bristol Harbour Festival announces second wave of performance areas, new for 2024 Festival Fringe and on the water spectacle

NEW MURALS

Continuing our vision to develop the area into a vibrant and welcoming place, we partnered with the creators of Europe’s largest street art festival, Upfest, to bring more colour to Redcliffe & Temple.

Free Training Hub

Take advantage of our free online learning solution, providing all of our levy payers access to unlimited virtual learning including CPD accredited courses.

Discover Neighbourly

We have partnered with Neighbourly, an award-winning giving platform, to provide local businesses with the opportunity to facilitate employee volunteering and donations to causes in Bristol.

Free cost saving support

Our collaboration with Place Support Partnership (PSP) provides a free service to help reduce your business costs.

Sustainability Commitment 2022-25

Read about our Sustainability Commitment and Sustainability Action Plan in partnership with Sustain IT.

Business Directory

Check out the numerous cafes, bars and restaurants as well as retailers, hotels and profession in Redcliffe and Temple.

Key Contacts

Find support, guidance, and ways to report issues and concerns by directing your query to the relevant team.

Redcliffe & Temple BID

Redcliffe & Temple Business Improvement District (BID) is a business-led initiative which exists to manage and improve the Redcliffe and Temple areas of Bristol.

The overall aim of the BID is to improve and enhance the area for the benefit of the business community. The aspiration is for it to be known not only as a thriving commercial district but also as an outstanding community.

BID THEMES

Businesses within the BID area pay an annual levy which is spent on jointly agreed BID projects which were identified during the consultation process and are summarised by the following five themes:

  • 1. Creating & maintaining quality spaces

    The BID will aim to deliver well managed, outdoor spaces for all to enjoy. Projects will be delivered to make the area more attractive and the BID will seek additional funding to realise lasting, ambitious improvements.

    BID Themes
  • 2. Improving sustainability & the environment

    The BID will help businesses to operate more sustainably by working closely with the many successful and pioneering schemes already in operation in Bristol. The BID will deliver initiatives to encourage a responsible business community.

    BID Themes
  • 3. Creating & promoting a vibrant place

    The BID will help put the area on the map, creating an identity which will be strongly promoted. Events will animate the streets, giving the area a real sense of place, where staff and the whole community are proud to work and spend time.

    BID Themes
  • 4. Connecting & representing businesses

    The BID will give businesses a strong collective voice. We ensure that consultations are shared and that the views of the businesses are heard. Working collaboratively, businesses will be much more powerful and will increase their influence.

    BID Themes
  • 5. Building a safe & caring community

    Businesses in the area want to improve the area for their employees but also recognise their responsibility to the wider community. The BID will deliver projects aimed at increasing staff safety and well-being as well as supporting those in need.

    BID Themes

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Neighbourly team up with Microsoft to launch the DigitalBridge campaign.

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Success for BIDs’ partnership with SeedL as 98% of Bristol businesses recommend use of online training platform this Learning at Work Week

Businesses in Bristol continuing to thrive thanks to free courses provided by Bristol’s three city centre BIDs’ partnership with online learning platform, SeedL.

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Get involved with Neighbourly this Volunteers’ Week

Bristol-based volunteering opportunities for you and your team

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Temple Church project takes next step thanks to BID funding and support

Redcliffe & Temple BID are providing funding and support to English Heritage.

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Let's Connect

If you would like more information about the BID please get in touch.