Important dates for Canterbury businesses this summer include 18 June, when the Canterbury BID (Business Improvement District) ballot starts. Voting closes on 17 July, so please make sure you complete your ballot papers and return these before the deadline. If you haven't received your papers, email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
The recent C4B conference highlighted the importance of The City Council's Local Plan and the draft Canterbury District Transport Strategy to the local economy. Both proposals are now published for public consultation. Comments must be submitted before 18 July. If you missed the conference, you can view the presentation by keynote speaker, Colin Carmichael, Chief Executive of Canterbury City Council, here.
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Background on Business Improvement Districts
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