Newquay Business Improvement District (BID) has released the business plan for its next proposed five-year term.
Providing a comprehensive outline of how the organisation will strengthen Newquay’s economy and visitor experience, the document is available to view and download via the BID’s website. Levy-paying BID-member businesses will also have received hard copies prior to the upcoming ballot which commences on November 9.
Developed in collaboration with proactive local businesses, based on feedback and ideas provided, the detailed document outlines the BID’s 2021-2026 plans and ambitions, centring around continuation and future expansion of four main themes.
- Cleaner, Greener and Safer
- Business Support and Representation
The BID’s strategy will aim to maintain Newquay’s standing as a leading year-round destination through local, national, and international marketing campaigns and PR. Under the new plan, the team will also look to sustain and grow the vibrant Newquay events scene, creating a cleaner, greener, and safer Newquay and represent the best interests and voices of levy paying businesses through ongoing and new partnership working groups.
Jonathan Start, director of Start and Co and Newquay BID director, said: “After such a comprehensive consultation period, it feels really rewarding to get our business plan out there into the public domain.
“We really hope businesses will take the time to digest the details of this proposal to make an informed decision. We are optimistic that members will vote for collaboration, progress, and success in Newquay for a further five years.”