Following the announcement regarding the changes to the temporary free car parking in the city, Salisbury BID support the decision announced by Wiltshire Council.
The Swindon & Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership (SWLEP) has launched a capital fund of £90,000 to provide grants to assist businesses affected by the major incident in Salisbury.
A Business Resilience Clinic, Online Marketing Workshop and Social Media Workshop are being offered for FREE to Salisbury businesses. Delivered by partners at Business West, these workshops have been designed to aid small business owners.
Just over two months after the attack in Salisbury and with the clean-up operation underway, Salisbury Cathedral is hosting a major art installation that carries a message of resilience, peace and hope. Get involved to show the strength and power of our community.
Salisbury BID has welcomed Wiltshire Council's announcement of the start of the clean-up operation of the nine sites in the city following the major incident on 4th March 2018.
To ensure the views of Salisbury businesses are represented, Salisbury BID is actively involved in a number of the sub groups which have been set up by local and national government for the recovery of our city.
Salisbury BID are jumping for joy following the success of their first Easter Bunny Hunt, which they organised in partnership with Spire FM.
Salisbury BID is working hard to deliver a cleaner, greener, safer and more vibrant city. Our aim is to make Salisbury a better place to do business and we want businesses to come, stay and prosper in Salisbury.
A Strategic Recovery Group has been set up for Salisbury, which includes a number of sub-groups. Salisbury BID sit on the relevant sub-groups to ensure the views of businesses in the city are represented.
A community meeting is being held to provide an update on the recovery plans for Salisbury.
Following the unprecedented incident in Salisbury on the 4th March 2018, we’ve outlined how Salisbury BID is supporting our BID members.