While the pandemic’s impact on our town centre may not be fully realised for some time to come, reductions in public expenditure and a slowdown in the town’s regeneration programme present considerable challenges for the local business community which in turn underlines the need for hard decisions and swift and collective action to be taken.
Through our campaigning efforts on behalf of the town centre, we have successfully demonstrated the enormous benefits that can be derived when organisations work together at a local, regional and national level, achieving far more than any one individual organisation is able to do on its own.
As we move forward, we aim to build on these achievements. We will continue to develop and maintain strong working relationships with policy makers and influencers, ensuring that the business community’s views are robustly represented at the highest level. Regular engagement with our members and ensuring that they are kept up-dated on the latest news, developments, issues and policy changes will also be key in the drive to forge an even stronger, more dynamic and effective town centre community and help guarantee Croydon’s future success.
Croydon BID represents you. The relationship we hold together is important as we look to grow together. We are committed to your success:
|communications issued from over 200 campaigns to keep you up to date and informed on the latest news, events and promotions||secured discretionary grant fund to support Croydon businesses thanks to our national Raise the Bar campaign|
|business engagement visits to keep you informed, up-to-date, offering pro-active support when you need it||of hours representing your needs, influencing policy and direction at local, regional and national meetings|