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Message from the Chair of Halifax BID

 

The Halifax Business Improvement District (BID) was approved in October 2016, when 67% of businesses by number and 75% by rateable value said YES to an investment programme in our town centre. The Halifax BID will run for the next 5 years commencing in April.

 

The Halifax BID will deliver activities based on 4 key strategic objectives and their related activities which were identified after extensive consultation with town centre businesses. You will have received a copy of the business plan; please click here for a downloadable copy.

 

A Business Improvement District provides us with an opportunity to forge stronger links between town centre businesses from all sectors and work on projects which we initiate and which are important to us as committed and hardworking business people. The BID will work hard in building relationships with the local authority and other organisations in order to meet our objectives.

Towns and cities across the UK are changing rapidly and we believe that the Halifax BID will ensure that our town centre does not simply look to the past but takes advantage of its heritage to look to the future. If you would like to know more or would like to get involved with the management groups that steer the BID projects, please contact us via info@halifaxbid.co.uk
Leigh-Anne Stradeski

Leigh-Anne Stradeski

Leigh-Anne Stradeski

Chair of the Halifax BID Board &

Chief Executive Eureka! Children’s Museum

 

The Vision

 

To develop Halifax town centre into a quality destination and a great place for business, leisure and culture with a profile which is recognised regionally and nationally, for being family-friendly, welcoming and inclusive to all and which builds upon its heritage and looks to the future.’

Woolshops, Halifax

Objective 1:
Lively & Well Promoted

To develop and promote the strengths and characteristics of Halifax and build awareness of its retail, professional service, leisure and cultural offer locally, regionally and nationally.

Amount the BID will spend:

£614,000 over 5 years

Objective 3:
Welcoming & Accessible

To provide a welcoming and easily accessible place for visitors, workers and residents to explore.

Amount the BID will spend:

£637,000 over 5 years

Objective 2:
Smart & Attractive

To create a sense of ‘place’ for visitors and people working in the town centre to enjoy.

Amount the BID will spend:

£437,000 over 5 years

Objective 4:
A great business & leisure offer

To encourage growth, development and investment of businesses which complement and build on the strengths of Halifax town centre.

Amount the BID will spend:

£614,000 over 5 years

Want to know more about your BID? Come and join us for tea or coffee and talk to us about Halifax and your business.

 

We’ll be at the Windsor Suite at the Imperial Crown Hotel, Horton Street on Wednesday 29th March between:

 

8am – 9.30am
12 noon to 1.30pm
5pm -6.30pm

 

We need you, as business owners of our town, to be involved in the management group of the BID; giving steer to the projects we deliver to improve trading conditions in Halifax.

 

Get in touch: info@halifaxBID.co.uk or 01422 360035.

 

Register via this website here to be kept informed as we set up the company and begin operations.

Paying your BID Levy

 

Every business in Halifax town centre (with a rateable value above £6K) is required to pay a levy which is in addition to business rates and needs to be paid separately.

 

Prompt payment will help ensure that the objectives from our business plan, which were voted in favour of, will come to fruition. Thank you

 

This is YOUR BID

 

If you would like to know more of would like to get involved in the Management Groups to steer the BID projects, please get in touch: info@halifaxBID.co.uk or 01422 360035.

How to Pay

 

 

 

 

BACS/Internet Banking: You will need to contact your bank to make arrangements to pay this way. Payments should be made to National Westminster Bank PLC. The account to be credited is Calderdale MBC, Head Office Collection Account, Sort Code 62-21-45. The bank account number should be formatted as 00000000 (eight zeros). Please ensure that your BID payment reference number is quoted in full with no spaces.

 

Internet by debit or credit card: Pay online 24 hours a day via the Council website www.calderdale.gov.uk, please note that a surcharge will be made for credit card payments, no charge is made for debit card payments.

 

By telephone: To use the Council’s 24 hour payment line telephone 0161 627 9915 and choose option 2

 

Payment by Post: Please make cheques payable to Calderdale MBC and send to Halifax BID Limited, PO Box 51, Halifax, HX1 1TP. Please write your BID account reference number and property address on the back of the cheque.

 

Many thanks,

 

Halifax BID
Westgate, Halifax

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