A private sector led consultation bidding for a £1.5m investment in Warrington town centre is set to be launched on Monday (4th December).
The Warrington Town Centre Business Improvement District Consultation is inviting Warrington town centre businesses to submit and discuss their views on the setting up of a Business Improvement District (BID) for the town centre.
The consultation is being run by the Warrington BID Business Team headed by Dawn Smyth, Manager of Primark, Warrington.
The plans for a possible BID have been drawn up by a representative group of town centre businesses led by Dawn and Groundwork to look at the feasibility of such a proposal.
A BID empowers businesses to undertake activities, projects and services that will make a town centre more economically vibrant, safer, cleaner and greener.
More than 200 city and town centres across the UK have chosen to implement successful BIDs since 2005. Local very successful examples of BID’s that are making an active, visible impact include those in Liverpool, Manchester and Chester.
A Business Improvement District in Warrington town centre is a unique opportunity to realise a step change in how the town centre is managed.
Further information and the proposal can be obtained from the website www.warringtonbid.co.uk along with a feedback form