November 10, 2015
A unique opportunity for Colwyn Businesses
Businesses attending the launch of the Colwyn BID proposal and Business plan at Parc Eirias last week heard from Chris Jackson, Interim Chair of the Colwyn BID Steering Group how the plan provides an exciting opportunity for businesses to influence key issues in the area.
Chris Jackson said ‘this is a unique area and a unique opportunity. The projects outlined in the BID Proposal have been identified by businesses in the area as having the potential to making a real difference to their business. I encourage everyone to take advantage of this to Vote Yes in the BID Ballot.’
You can see both the full BID Proposal and the Prospectus on-line at http://www.colwynbid.co.uk/bid-proposal
Rhos on Sea, Old Colwyn, Colwyn Bay and Mochdre
‘The fact that all four areas are represented in this BID makes it unique in the UK’ said Ian Ferguson ofbid-map500pixels pfbb UK, BID Consultants for the Colwyn BID.
Maggie Bradley of Red 16 Café at Rhos-on-Sea and Chair of the Rhos-on-Sea Traders Association said, ‘I am so excited by the BID. It will help us improve the facilities for visitors to Rhos and create stronger links to the other areas which means that visitors will stay longer and spend more!’
The BID Proposal has specific projects for each of the four areas as well as each area benefiting from larger shared projects such as signage and parking.
Look out for your Ballot paper
Teresa Carnall of TBC Marketing and Chair of the Bay of Colwyn Business Network reminds everyone to look out for their Ballot Paper.
‘These will be posted to the address where your rates bill would normally go for your business. If you are based at an address which is different please track the ballot paper down and make sure that you can influence the ballot by getting the YES box ticked and the ballot paper returned’.
The Ballot paper must be returned no later than 5pm on Thursday 26th November.
Issue 4 November 2015.
Bay of Colwyn BID
Your Business Improvement District
For more information or how to get involved please contact Jackie Thomas on
01492 577680 or email her on firstname.lastname@example.org
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