The 14th October marked the end of development for the NI BIDs Academy when Enniskillen (the last of the locations involved) voted YES to a BID in their area. With a result of 85% by number and 82% by RV, the Enniskillen BID team can start to look forward to the next 5 years where the BID will bring in an additional £1.1 million of funding into their area.
The NI BIDs team is looking forward to continuing our work supporting all 6 locations through our existing BID packages.
To learn more about the Enniskillen BID, visit www.enniskillenbid.co.uk.
"Originally I was sceptical about BIDs, their logic and rationale behind them. The Mosaic Partnership has helped to reinforce that they are, in reality, a very valuable and in some cases an essential vehicle to enhance the fabric and wellbeing of our town centres and cities. I began just wanting to learn and observe but along the way I became inspired."
"Marketing and place promotion are vitally important for attracting students to Ulster University. The CQ area has enormous potential and provides an excitiing and inspiring environment for the Ulster University campus to flourish and contribute to the dynamic of the Cathedral Quarter."
"A BID would mean a better and more positive City for everyone – business owners, employers, employees, families and communities. It would enable projects to go ahead and to make the City a far more attractive and forward thinking place to bring business and visitors to."
"Over the past 15 years, I have seen Cathedral Quarter grow from a state of neglect and near dereliction into Belfast’s most vibrant shared space filled with arts, culture and a great nightlife. The BID represents our best chance to shape the future and ensure that we keep this area special through times of challenge, change and opportunity"