Canterbury 4 Business
Canterbury 4 Business
Canterbury 4 Business
Canterbury 4 Business

Business rates website review

C4B Chairman - Paul Barrett

Canterbury City Council's business rates team is looking for local businesses to help review its website content, hopefully leading to a much better site which businesses use regularly. The team's aim is to improve existing digital capabilities and develop web content which is much more relevant and helpful for businesses. Participation would be via email only, so no meetings are involved. If you would like to help, please contact Andrew Stevens, Assistant Director (Customer Delivery) EK Services: Andrew.Stevens@ekservices.org.

The City Council's Local Plan, due to be finalised this summer, will see major development take place in the district, so the C4B board is taking the opportunity to review C4B’s role and look at how the partnership can best continue to represent and support businesses in the future. We hope to have a new strategy formulated at our next board meeting in July.

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