Businesses in Bristol city centre given chance to vote

Businesses in Bristol city centre are to be given the chance to vote on whether a business improvement district (BID) should be established in the area. The BID is proposed in Broadmead, the city's main shopping area. The vote will take place in June. If approved, the BID, promoted by the Broadmead Board, will require all businesses to contribute 1.5 per cent of their rateable value over three years to help maintain and improve the area's environment. Meanwhile, work is due to start shortly on the Broadmead expansion, which will be completed in 2008.

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