02 Jul Haywards Heath Business Improvement District (BID) – Business consultation exercise
Haywards Heath Business Improvement District (BID) – Business consultation exercise
The initial response to the survey regarding the possibility of creating a Business Improvement District (BID) for Hayward’s Heath town centre has been good and if you have already submitted your survey thank you for taking the time to do so.
If you haven’t yet completed a survey please don’t miss the opportunity to give your views as the survey is only open for a very limited amount of time.
The consultation we are carrying out is an ideal opportunity for every business no matter how large or small to give its views on the positive aspects of the town and also how the town centre could be improved.
The most convenient way to complete the survey which only takes three to four minutes is online and you can do this by clicking the link below, the survey form also includes more information about BID’s:
I will also be in the town on Wednesday the 3rd of July and Thursday the 4th of July distributing hard copies of the survey for those who prefer to complete the paper-based form and would be very happy to meet anyone who has any questions about the survey or would like to know more about Business Improvement Districts.
Whether to set up a BID or not is potentially a very important development for the traders and businesses based in and around the town centre. We would therefore urge you to give your views and if you think a BID is a good idea via the survey link above as soon as possible. The findings of the survey will determine whether or not to take the setting up of a BID in Haywards Heath to the next stage. Please don’t miss the opportunity to contribute your own views as part of that decision making process.
If you have any questions, would like to know more or would like to make an appointment for me or my colleague to call in and see you please email me at; email@example.com.
Your views on this project are very important and we feel it’s vital you have an opportunity to contribute to the consultation in order to let us know what improvements you would like to see in your town centre.
Martin Ousley MISCP MBPsS
Project Liaison, Heartflood Ltd on behalf of Mid Sussex District Council