Businesses in Milngavie have been asked their opinions in a survey about the projects delivered over the last four years
Milngavie BID prepares for renewal ballot as Scotland Loves Local Week approaches
Public Realm Strategy Proposals for consideration, following detailed work and investigations by Page\Park.
Report about projects completed from the Milngavie BID business plan.
May 2020 News Update, featuring COVID-19 Scotland’s Route map.
Milngavie plans for after lockdown.
Post COVID Marketing Campaign.
New Street Banners & Planter covers.
April 2020 News Update. Circulated to BID Levy Payers by MailChimp on 24 April 2020 featuring Suspension of BID Levy.
BID Resilience Fund.
Accurate data key to communication with Levy Payers. Since the outbreak of the corona virus and the crisis, BID regular contact with our levy payers
Full newsletter can be downloaded as a pdf. A belated Happy New Year to everyone and here’s to a prosperous 2020 for everyone in Milngavie. February saw the first event of this year, the second Window Wanderland with lots more participation
Full newsletter can be downloaded as a pdf. The BID team have been working mainly in the background for the last two months on a number of projects that will be implemented during the second BID term to 2024 that follow
Open Meeting for Levy Payers Following the successful renewal ballot, the BID board have been working with our interim BID manager Tony I’Anson, to deliver the projects in the business plan that you voted on. We have booked F Pizza