The latest edition of Bournemouth Town Centre BID’s Engage magazine is being distributed to all levy payers, along with levy bills and should be with you any day now.
Getting back to basics is the key theme of this July’s edition with both Chairman, Martin Davies, and Chief Operating Officer, Paul Kinvig, commenting that more than ever, the fundamentals of a welcoming, safe, vibrant, and connected town centre are vital, and these priorities must be the focus of all the partners and agencies that hold the key to the town centre’s future success.
They add: “There is a limit to what we can do in the current climate although that does not mean we cannot be ambitious.”
Also featured in the 12-page Engage are details of the new Crime Reduction Partnership which is likely to make a big difference in safety and security in the town centre – something that remains a top priority for the business community and visitors.
There are updates on several issues including the work of our graffiti team and reports on BID backed events which have brought in many extra visitors.
Chief Operating Officer, Paul Kinvig, said: “Engage, which is published twice a year, is just one of many ways we keep in touch with our 700 plus levy payers.
“As ever, it’s a mix of news, comment, information and contacts which I hope our business community finds interesting, helpful and of course engaging.”