Newquay BID Seeks to Extend its Term of Office

Newquay BID Seeks to Extend its Term of Office
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Newquay BID (Business Improvement District) is seeking to extend its term of office by another five years. The second term of the body is coming to an end on March 31, 2021. Therefore, the body is seeking a third term in office.

Newquay BID is a non-profit organization that is mandated to deliver projects and services in the town. The body is funded by businesses in the town.

The body elections will be held in December this year. Should the levy payers resolve to extend the body’s term of office, the current officeholders will remain in office until 2026.

Newquay BID has called on all levy payers to give their feedback on the projects and services delivered by the body in the last four years. This will help them get an insight into what the body has achieved and what they should expect in the next five years.

The current BID manager, Jones Carla-Marie, said that Newquay is home to many businesses that they would like to support. He added that the projects and services delivered by BID had generated great value in return for the money paid by all contributors.

Mr Jones noted that they could only succeed if businesses engage them and air their concerns. He went ahead to say that it is time for the business community in the town to share their experiences and inform them of any ideas they may have.

Newquay BID was established in 2011 with the main aim of promoting the interests of businesses in the town. Over the past ten years, the body has delivered many projects and services that have made Newquay more vibrant, safer, and more welcoming.

It has also championed the interests of the business community in the town since its inception. The Newquay BID is currently supporting two campaigns; the National TimeOut Campaign and the Raise the Bar Campaign.

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