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Here you will find documents relating to BID marketing and information about our BID renewal.  Please click on the links to download the documents:

BID marketing meeting – summary 230517

BID marketing presentation – 230517

BID-marketing-meeting-summary-16-March-2017

BID marketing presentation – 160317

BID marketing workshop 17 Jan 2017 request for feedback

BID marketing meeting summary – 17th January 2017

bid-marketing-presentation-26 October 2016

bid-marketing-meeting-summary-30th-august-2016

bid-marketing-presentation-30 August 2016

BID marketing meeting summary – 30th June 2016

BID marketing presentation – 30th June 2016

BID marketing meeting summary – 27th April 2016

BID marketing presentation – 27th April 2016

BID marketing meeting summary – 9th February 2016

BID marketing presentation – 9th February 2016

BID marketing meeting summary – 21st October 2015

BID marketing presentation – 21st October 2015

BID Annual Report 2014-2015

BID marketing meeting summary – 26th August

BID marketing presentation – August 2015

BID marketing meeting summary – 24th June

BID marketing presentation – June 2015

BID marketing meeting summary – 22nd April 2015

BID marketing presentation – February 2015

BID marketing meeting summary – 18th February 2015

BID marketing meeting summary – 28th January 2015

Have your say on the future of Bristol city centre as a retail area

BID marketing presentation – January 2015

BID marketing presentation – October 2014

BID Annual Report 2013-2014

BID marketing presentation 27th August 2014

BID marketing presentation 25th June 2014

BID marketing meeting summary – 24th June 2014

May 2014 BID newsletter

NUS Extra joining letter

BID marketing meeting summary – 23rd April 2014

BID marketing presentation 23rd April 2014

BID marketing presentation, 18th February 2014

BID Business Plan

Operating Agreement

BID Prospectus

Broadmead Bristol BID, 2005-2013, The Highlights

BID renewal consultation

What our retailers say

“As a Broadmead anchor retailer, M&S is very supportive of the BID process and its impact. The BID is driven by retailers for retailers, and has greatly improved the look and feel of the shopping area.”

Rob Bailey, Marks & Spencer