Business Improvement Districts (BID) influence local decision and take control of how their town reacts to changes. BID’s deliver a bespoke range of services and projects that businesses have identified are essential and tailored to ensure that they give themselves the best chance to trade as effectively as possible.
Mansfield BID has been operating as a company since 2010 and has to hold a renewal ballot every five years.
Businesses in the BID, including the council which has premises within the BID area, will be asked to vote between 27 September and 24 October on whether or not to renew the organisation.
The BID business levy amounts to two per cent of business rates and applies to all business properties within the BID boundary.
Ballot Papers will be sent to those eligible to vote on Thursday 26 September 2019 for return to them by no later than 5pm on Thursday 24 October 2019 (the “day of the ballot”).
Ballot papers will be counted on Friday 25 October 2019, and the result of the ballot will be published on this page.
For a BID ballot to be successful there must be a majority of those voting in favour of the proposal, and those voting in favour must represent a majority of the aggregate rateable value of the hereditaments voting.
Further details of the BID Proposal
If you require further information on the BID, please contact Nikki Rolls on 01623 635675 or email@example.com.
Alternatively, information on the BID is available on the Mansfield BID website (opens in new window).