what we do2019-01-02T14:07:13+00:00

Liverpool BID Company is a private, not-for-profit organisation, working on behalf of our 1,500 BID levy payers in Liverpool across two BIDs (Business Improvement Districts): Retail & Leisure BID and Commercial District BID.

We provide added value around 4 key areas of work:

Improving the environment and safety

Managed District
BID police
Celebrating Bold Street

Animating and promoting the BID areas

Promoted District

Improving opportunities for connectivity

Connected District

A few examples of what we do:

Area and sector forums
– Travel works updates
– Networking events

BID Forums
Mystery Shop Awards

Providing business support to BID levy payers

Working District

A few examples of what we do:

Mystery Shop
Footfall and Sales figures
Employees Benefits
– A voice championing your needs and priorities.

Our current BID projects

BID updates

Green light for potential £200m Grade A office scheme in the Commercial District has been approved

A £4.2m plan to clear land for a potential £200m Grade A office scheme in Liverpool City Centre has been approved. Liverpool City Council's planning committee have today (Tuesday 29 January) approved an application to remediate land at Pall Mall, in the Commercial District, which has been earmarked for a proposed 400,000 sq ft development project, led by Kier Property and CTP.

Calling all sculptors in the North to showcase their work at The Liverpool Plinth

For the second year running, the BID is collaborating with Liverpool Parish Church, also known as St Nick's, and city gallery and art organisation, dot-art, to bring an exciting new piece of art to The Liverpool Plinth, located at the side of the church overlooking Chapel Street and the city's UNESCO World Heritage waterfront.

How Liverpool’s businesses are fighting back against national trends to keep the city’s high street thriving

Liverpool's high street is bucking trends, with footfall up for three consecutive years and some major new openings and investment in the pipeline, including the world's largest Lush store on Church Street.

10th edition of Liverpool Biennial opens

The 10th edition of Liverpool Biennial, the largest festival of contemporary visual art in the UK, opens to the public on Saturday 14 July 2018 marking its 20th anniversary with exhibitions, performances, film screenings, family events and talks. The Biennial runs for 15 weeks until 28 October 2018 across Liverpool’s public spaces, galleries, museums, civic buildings and online.

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