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).
Sebastian’s Action Trust are hosting a ‘Fire Walk’, an amazing opportunity to raise funds whilst walking across hot coals. The event will take place on Thursday 21st March 2024 from 1830PM. The event will include registration, training, and celebration/ certificate upon completion. It will take place At Sebastian’s Action Trust, The Woodlands, Upper Broadmoor Road, […]Read More
Sebastian’s Action Trust are hosting upcoming fundraising opportunities. Including an adventure filled weekend from 5th- 9th September 2024 in a hidden region of Spain discovering sheltered valleys, lush green gorges, winding watercourses and high- mountain villages. Those taking part will also conquer Mount Mulhacen 3,482m summit the highest peak in mainland Spain. A meeting to […]Read More
Bracknell Forest Council has just launched a Solar Together scheme in partnership with independent experts iChoosr. This is a joint buying scheme for solar panels and battery storage, which can help you save money on an installation from a trusted installer. The scheme can be used to install up to 25 panels as standard, but […]Read More
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