Salisbury Business Improvement District

Consultation Starts for Next 5 Years of BID

4th June 2018

Salisbury BID have launched a consultation to our members ahead of our renewal ballot in February 2019.

As we approach the end of our first five-year term, under Government legislation, we’re required to run a renewal ballot to continue to a second term (2019 – 2024).

Ahead of our renewal ballot in February 2019, we want to know what you think we’ve done well, what we could have done better and what new initiatives you’d like to see introduced.

We are business-led and how our funds are re-invested into the city is influenced by you.

Click here to read our consultation document.

Help shape our next 5 year business plan, ahead of our renewal ballot in February 2019 and complete our business consultation survey.

Consultation closes Friday 13th July 2018.

About Salisbury BID
Salisbury Business Improvement District (BID) was elected in 2014 and encompasses over 500 levy-paying business members within the ring road.

Salisbury BID is a not-for-profit organisation, with a voluntary board of directors representative of the city’s businesses.

There are now over 300 BIDs established in towns and cities across the UK.

Business premises with a rateable value exceeding £10,000 pay a mandatory 1.5% levy. Salisbury BID’s funds exceed more than £350,000 each year which is allocated to deliver projects and services which are beneficial to businesses.

These projects and services are split into 3 key areas:

• Welcoming, Safe & Clean (including access)
• Marketing & Events
• Business Support

Download a printable version of our consultation survery.