Milngavie Improvement District News

July and August News Update
14 Sep

July and August News Update

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

May 2019 Newsletter and Open Meeting
24 May

May 2019 Newsletter and Open Meeting

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

Announcements of Milngavie Events
18 May

Announcements of Milngavie Events

To all levy payers We are currently working on a number of projects and will be issuing a detailed news update shortly. In the meantime, as part of the new BID term we will be providing levy payers with information that

Relaunch of Milngaviebid.com
23 May

Relaunch of Milngaviebid.com

The Milngaviebid.com website has been relaunched on a new website platform, WordPress, to provide information to business levy payers about what is being done to deliver the business plan from 1 May 2019 to 30 April 2024. It has been

Milngavie businesses vote Yes to BID
25 Apr

Milngavie businesses vote Yes to BID

Following a renewal ballot that took place in March and April – and the first five years as an operational Business Improvement District (BID) – traders and firms in Milngavie have made the collective decision to build on the successes achieved.

February 2019 Update Newsletter
8 Feb

February 2019 Update Newsletter

In November we appointed an experienced BID campaign manager, to focus on the renewal ballot process for Milngavie. During this intensive period of work, we documented feedback from many business owners about issues concerning your business; we produced a Next

March 2019 Update Newsletter
18 Mar

March 2019 Update Newsletter

We are currently in a period of anticipation and expectation in Milngavie, awaiting the results of the renewal ballot that will determine whether the Milngavie Town Centre BID Ltd will be in a position to deliver the projects outlined in