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Kingston Town Centre Management Ltd
Kingstonfirst is the brand name for the Kingston business improvement district (BID) promoted by Kingston Town Centre Management (KTCM). Kingston upon Thames, south west London was the first BID in the UK, after a Yes vote in a postal ballot held on 18 October to 15 November 2004.
Stevenage Town Centre Management Company
A successful Town Centre is vital to every business operating in Stevenage and to every person who comes here to shop, work and socialise. Residents and visitors' views of Stevenage are inextricably bound to their view of the Town Centre and, as such, the Town Centre is the "image" of Stevenage that visitors take away. Stevenage residents and workers need and deserve a Town Centre of which they can be proud. Staff recruitment, retention, particularly at senior management level, is easier in a town where residents are proud to live. The Stevenage Town Centre Management Company is a joint venture between local businesses and Stevenage Borough Council. Our Mission "To work in successful partnership with the public and private sectors, to continue improving the vitality and commercial viability of Stevenage Town Centre and to create a town where shopping, working, living and spending leisure time is an enjoyable experience".
This website covers North Shields, Wallsend and Whitley Bay in North Tyneside.
Salisbury City Centre Management
City Centre Management (CCM) was established to enhance the vibrancy and vitality of Salisbury city centre. Every year the Partnership strives to achieve this by working with Salisbury District Council and local businesses and organisations to ensure that the city is clean, attractive and successful. Since 2002 the Partnership has gone from strength to strength with more members and successes than ever before
Peterborough City Centre
Welcome to Peterborough City Centre home page brought to you by City Centre Services a section within Peterborough City Council offering advice and services to all users both public and private and all visitors to the city centre.
Peterborough Street Wardens
Peterborough Street Wardens help to make the city centre streets a clean, safe and welcoming environment for all. Highly visible in their distinctive orange and black uniforms, the Wardens have been carefully selected and well trained to make a real difference to the quality of life in the city centre. Peterborough's Street Wardens are not Police Officers. They do not have the powers of arrest. Rather, they are ordinary citizens who provide a vital link between the local community and a host of local agencies, including the Police. They are the eyes, ears and friends of local residents, retailers and businesses.
Poole has so much to offer. Besides its long and proud heritage, Poole is also set firmly in the present. The Town Centre is a major regional business centre in the region and has all of the shops that you could wish for. Poole Quay and the waterfront area near the new “Twin Sails” bridge are undergoing exciting changes and improvements bringing new opportunities for all businesses.
Bedford Town Centre Company Limited
Bedford Town Centre Company Limited (BTCC) was officially launched in November 2000. setting out to achieve its simple mission of making Bedford the preferred place to shop, work, live, visit and have fun. Key contacts at the BTCC are Glenn Farrar, Director of the Bedford Swan Hotel who is the current Chair of BTCC, Mo Aswat who is the Executive Director and Christine Barker, Projects & Administration. The company has now been in operation for three years in and has gone from strength to strength, gaining more support from both the public and private sectors. The company has improved the quality of existing activities, developed new projects and delivered some key proposals, working alongside many different steering groups and parties. The company acts as a co-ordinator for many projects keeping the simple mission statement as its overriding goal.
Edinburgh City Centre Management Company
Edinburgh City Centre Management Company (ECCM) is an independent company supported by the City of Edinburgh Council and over 90 City Centre organisations and businesses. The objective of ECCM is "to promote and facilitate the development and improvement of Edinburgh City Centre, by creating the conditions for business to prosper, and for citizens and visitors to enjoy."
Birkenhead Town Centre Management
With the pressures of trying to run a competitive business, in this ever-changing world of commerce it is becoming more and more important to work in partnership, yet there is less time to manage this co-ordination. Town Centre Management Schemes were set up about 15 years ago to do precisely that. An Independent person or team who's prime role is to facilitate the bringing together of a number of different sectors to improve the town for all who use it. If this is not done then towns slide into an unattractive uncaring arena that no one wants to enter, especially when there are alternatives.
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Bury St Edmunds
This website will serve many purposes including keeping all local sectors of the town up to date, as well as giving information to both visitors and prospective business who show an interest in the town. The members area will give the latest news concerning the town to all our members and to give any relevant information as and when it becomes available. Steve Peters, Town Centre Manager, Bury St Edmunds Tel: 01284 766258 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Huntingdon Town Centre Partnership
Town and City Centre Management is now successfully established in over 360 towns in the UK. Huntingdon Town Centre Partnership (the Partnership) is a genuinely pro-active organisation, which, in recent years, has improved the town centre for both businesses and visitors alike. One of the Partnership's key projects, the Continental Market, is now an annual event, attracting literally thousands of visitors from across the East Anglian region. Huntingdon Business Against Crime is another key initiative of the Partnership and is the first scheme of its kind in Cambridgeshire to tackle crime using state-of-the-art technology and first-hand communication tools. Regular networking meetings are held for members of the Partnership, offering business opportunities, a chance to be heard - and to hear of plans for the town - and an opportunity to make a real difference. The town offers a broad variety of national retailers, including Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury's, Waitrose and Claire's Accessories and an imaginative mix of independent retailers and service businesses. Huntingdon is a rapidly developing town, experiencing genuine economic growth. The Partnership encourages town centre businesses and key stakeholders to work together in a proactive way, to help the town build on its strengths and respond to its challenges, as well as working closely with property developers to offer retail potential to an interesting mix of small and large businesses.
The Fleet Town Centre Group (FTCG) is a non-political voluntary group representing the interests of local retailers, businesses, associations, organizations and Hart District council (HDC). It is an autonomous body recognized by the Cabinet of Hart District Council. The Group takes a substantive view on all development and material matters affecting Fleet Town Centre as defined in the Hart District Council Local Plan, and may form a view on other matters in so much as they might affect Fleet Town Centre. Membership of the FTCG is open to members of the public living or working in Fleet or Church Crookham and local business associations, retailer’s groups, businesses, and organizations which can send nominated representatives to FTCG. The FTCG meet monthly and hold their Annual General meeting in May where a Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer are elected to serve for one year.
Yeovil is a vibrant market town with a population of 40,000, situated at the Southern boundary of Somerset, 130 miles from London, 40 miles south of Bristol and 30 miles from Taunton. This website provides information on places to stay, eat and visit, with listings of local businesses and voluntary groups, including website links. Please use the Links on either side to take you through the site or use the search at the top right of this page for quick navigation. The site is being continually updated with local news and articles of interest.
Manchester City Centre Management Company
Welcome to website, bringing you the latest update on the Company's main activities and achievements. The days when everything in town closed early are over. Now there’s so much happening. There’s no need to dash around after work as there’s bags more time to shop and enjoy the city centre experience. Take your time shopping then find your favourite place to eat before enjoying a performance at the theatre, cinema or a concert
Kirkby Neighbourhood Management
You can contact the Town Centre Partnership via the following methods:
C/o Kirkby Town Centre Manager
Neighbourhood Management Office 50 Station Street
Phone 01623 723355
Fax 01623 438489
Burton Town Centre Management Limited is a non-profit company by guarantee. The Board of Directors are public and private core funders of the Company. The Town Centre Manager reports directly to the Board.
Burton Business Crime Reduction Partnership
The scheme is a private/public partnership which is business led. It is operated by a Board of Management from the Burton Town Centre Management Ltd Offices. We aim to work pro-actively to address business crime and disorder within Burton upon Trent town centre. We act as the Task Group for the Town Centre within the Community Safety Partnership, thereby strengthening our links with East Staffordshire Borough Council, Staffordshire Police, The Magistrates Court, The Crown Prosecution Service and all Community Groups and Agencies within the Community Safety Partnership.
Keighley Town Centre Association
Keighley Town Centre Association was launched in April 2005 as a business-led, membership, organisation, also supported by Bradford Council and Keighley Town Council. We have successfully brought together various sectors and implemented a number of projects aiming to attract footfall into Keighley. KTCA is now the leading representative body for Keighley Town Centre and for local businesses. Our new website www.ktca.co.uk gives further details of our activities, including full details of members and member benefits and a downloadable, concise, business plan.
Bangor & Holywood Town Centre Management
Whether you live in, or are thinking of visiting the towns, to discover exactly why you should come to Bangor & Holywood, use the events page and the what’s Bangor & Holywood got to offer page to discover why Bangor is such a great place to shop and relax.
A very warm welcome to Maidstone, the County Town of Kent. Maidstone boasts more than 700 shops, two department stores, 75+ cafes and restaurants, cinema, museum, theatre and the beautiful River Medway.
Eastleigh Town Centre is the major retail centre within the Borough, providing a high level of employment, commercial, leisure and other recreational facilities. Town Centre Management ensures the effective management and promotion of Eastleigh Town Centre to enhance its vitality and viability. It implements a focussed, balanced strategy to ensure the Town Centre meets the needs of its users, both now and in the future.
City Centre Leeds
City Centre Management Initiative leads the work of Leeds City Council and partners in order to improve, promote and sustain the city centre...
Inverness BID Ltd
Inverness BID Ltd was a logical progression of Inverness City Centre Management existing voluntary membership schemes. The BID seeks to continue the principles of City Centre Management and will provide a number of free benefits to BID Levy payers.
Weston-super-Mare is no longer the sleepy Victorian town that only came alive when the tourists arrived. It is a vibrant and bustling town that provides employment for the many traders that operate in the town. Weston-super-Mare Town Centre Partnership was established in 1998 to help develop the Town Centre, to support the traders and to provide a safe, friendly and lively place for people to come to shop and work. Weston Town Centre Partnership involves businesses that operate in Weston-super-Mare. Within this area there are hundreds of businesses, small and large, that operate in the town. Many of these are members of the Partnership and contribute towards its operation.
Kenilworthweb.co.uk has been developed by the Town Centre Partnership in conjunction with a company specialising in Search Engine Optimisation ( www.netvisibility.co.uk ). This has ensured that the website is within the top ten searches of virtually every search relating to Kenilworth and key search terms for the surrounding area. Traffic to the site sits at 25,000 - 30,000 unique page impressions per month. The site provides free listings for restaurant, accommodation and attractions in the area, whilst business listings are provided by the Kenilworth Chamber of Trade website.
Batley & Dewsbury Towns' Management
This website uses google mapping to enable you to plan and enjoy your visit to Batley & Dewsbury. By using our innovative "mapping" and "tell a friend" features you can easily locate the many leisure, retail and business attractions of this fabulous area. You can even invite your friends to join you for a day out, an evening out or a business meeting! Within the site you will also find details of events, business meetings and information on specific projects the Towns' Management Team are undertaking, for example, the Yorkshire In Bloom competition for 2007.
Wolverhampton City Centre Company
Wolverhampton City Centre Company (WCCC) is an independent, proactive organisation with both public and private sector funding, working strategically and operationally with partners to identify and address key issues.Through a Board, Executive and Stakeholder Groups and our Associate Members, WCCC works with a large number of private businesses to make Wolverhampton a clean, safe and attractive place to live, work, shop, visit and study. The company operates as a not for profit organisation and also operates the city’s Radio Link Scheme. WCCC has set up and runs a number of successful stakeholder groups around marketing, food and drink, core retailers, safety and the environment as well as pubwatch and shopwatch groups.
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