BID Press Release January 202014 January 2020
We are pleased to have released our latest Press Release which will be published by a number of media agents over the coming weeks. The Press Release contains our vision for the area as well as quotes from Jo Hawkins and Jonathan Bower:
The vision is for a Redcliffe and Temple area which is vibrant, thriving, sustainable, inspirational and welcoming.
Following the first stage of consultation, businesses have been sent a draft Prospectus which outlines how projects would be delivered if the initiative is successful. They include:
· Marketing the area and creating an identity for it
· Improving the public realm
· Ensuring that the businesses have a strong and effective voice
· Aiming to make the area accessible to all
· Ensuring the area is safe and free from anti-social issues
Initiatives aimed at improving the health and well-being of staff and jointly delivered corporate social responsibility projects were also raised in individual meetings.
Redcliffe and Temple BID Development manager Jo Hawkins has been appointed to lead on this project and is being assisted by Tom Swithinbank.
Jo previously managed the Broadmead BID for 15 years, working with retailers to maintain the appeal of the city centre’s main shopping destination. She has met with most of the businesses in the Redcliffe and Temple area and is excited by this opportunity to work with them.
Jo says: ‘The businesses I have spoken to love this area, they have watched it change beyond recognition over the last decade and many are keen to work more closely with their neighbours to ensure that it improves further. This is where a BID could make a real difference by connecting businesses and delivering projects proposed by them for the benefit of the whole area.’
Jonathan Bower, a partner at Womble Bond Dickinson, is part of the Redcliffe & Temple BID Advisory Group. Jonathan says: ‘This BID offers a great opportunity to create an identity for the Redcliffe and Temple area, providing real benefits for our business and our staff. Working together we can influence how the area grows, ensure that it is well-managed and that our staff benefit from collaborative projects focused on improving their working environment and well-being as well as contributing back to the community.’
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