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About Bracknell BID

The Bracknell Southern and Western Business Areas comprise of some 400 acres of retail, industrial, warehousing and office space, located west of Bracknell town centre. The area is home is over 300 businesses, many of which are key, not just to Bracknell and the Thames Valley, but nationally and internationally.

 

In 2020, businesses voted in favour of the Southern and Western Business Areas becoming a Business Improvement District (BID), known as the Bracknell BID, the trading name of Bracknell Investment Group Ltd.

 

A BID is a defined area in which a levy is charged on all business rate payers in addition to the business rates bill. This levy is used to develop projects and initiatives that will benefit businesses in the area. There is no limit on what projects or services can be provided through a BID. The only requirement is that it should be in addition to services provided by local authorities. Improvements may include but are not limited to, improved amenities and facilities, cleansing and environmental initiatives, and additional safety and security measures.

 

The Bracknell BID is a business-led, not-for-profit partnership created to deliver additional services and to improve the trading environment of the Southern and Western Business Areas (BID Area).

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Travel options

By Pooja Sharda | September 10, 2020

As schools start the new term, more people start to return to work and some restrictions public transport people may well be reviewing their options for travelling to and from the Southern and Western Business Areas.   Bus routes run from Bracknell, Wokingham and Reading to the Western and Southern Areas, see http://www.travelinesoutheast.org.uk/ for timetables. To help […]

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ESDP Autumn Event ‘Securing Bracknell Forest’s Business Future’ Tues 20th October, 9:00am to 10.30am

By Pooja Sharda | September 3, 2020

The Bracknell Forest Economic and Skills Development Partnership’s 2020 Autumn Event, ‘Securing Bracknell Forest’s Business Future’, will explore current strategic planning and visioning aimed at securing Bracknell Forest’s future as a leading business economy within the region. Whilst there will be positive impacts from the next phase of the Lexicon and Bracknell Forest’s first Business […]

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Coronavirus protection

Guidance for businesses and organisations on how to recognise, contain and report incidents of coronavirus

By Pooja Sharda | September 3, 2020

COVID-19 early outbreak management information has been created to make sure that people who run businesses or organisations: Know how to recognise and report an incident of coronavirus (COVID-19) Are aware of measures local health protection teams may advise in order to contain it For further information on early outbreak management please click here.

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