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BID E-Bulletin, 24/10/2014

BID2 Open Day
With the BID2 28 day renewal ballot starting next Friday we are holding an Open Day for any BID business to come and discuss the Business Plan in more detail and ask any questions relating to the ballot and the projects themselves. The event is in theGuildhall, High Street and runs from 8am until 6.15pm on Thursday 30th October – simply drop in at any time. Copies of the Business Plan will be available and we hope that you use this opportunity to find out more. Your vote is important and we are keen to ensure that businesses know what the BID can offer ahead of the ballot paper being signed. If you want to know more about BID2 in the meantime, please visitwww.worcesterbid.com/bid2 and remember that every eligible property hasĀ one vote no matter how big the business is.

Worcester Woods Retail Park Consultation Meeting for You
Many thanks to those who let us know their thoughts on the proposal which will include a John Lewis, Next at Home, M&S and Sainsburys on land near to The Worcestershire Royal Hospital. We have arranged a meeting for BID businesses to air their views and ask questions to representatives from Land Securities who are putting the proposals forward. The event takes place on Tuesday 11th November at 6pm in the Lecture Theatre in the All Saints Building of the Heart of Worcestershire College on Deansway. This is a big opportunity for businesses to make themselves heard and we will be also inviting the press, members of the City Council Planning Committee and other Council officers along so that they can hear your thoughts. We are very keen for businesses not to miss this opportunity so please let us know if you want to attend by emailinginfo@worcesterbid.com or calling 01905 731612.

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