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Together, we've got this.

Bristol City Centre Business Improvement District (BID) is a not-for-profit organisation working to make Bristol an even better place for those who work, study, live and spend leisure time in the city.

 

Bristol together. Safely reopening our city.

Our city-wide marketing campaign launched with the hearts initiative to encourage safe use of the centre's best open spaces. The campaign continues to support local businesses as they safely reopen.

BRISTOL TOGETHER

WHAT WE DO

Thanks to the investment and involvement from our levy payers, we’re creating a better Bristol: one that’s more caring, more welcoming, safer, cleaner, wonderfully diverse and better promoted.

Our guiding principles are to offer strong and effective governance, to have clear accountability, to give our levy payers value for money and to be responsive to our levy payer’s needs.

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Our objectives

The City Centre BID will focus on these objectives.

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    Improve Safety

    Reduce crime and anti-social behaviour to improve city safety by day and at night.

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    Promote Success

    Promote the BID area as a safe and pleasant place to work, live and play.

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    Act in the best interest of levy payers

    Be a single point of contact, represent levy payers’ views, encourage networking and deliver waste and recycling schemes.

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    Improve the 'welcome and feel'

    Create a cleaner, greener city with improved wayfinding, parking and Ambassadors.

How we’re doing this
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The City Centre BID boundary

The map represents the Bristol City Centre BID area. It is the largest of five BIDs in Bristol and includes some of Bristol’s landmark locations such as the Old City, Harbourside, Park Street and City Centre.

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Let's connect

The BID team welcomes ideas and news from Bristol BID businesses. Contact us by email, or follow us on Twitter, facebook and LinkedIn.

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