Wolverhampton BID

A Bright Future

Wolverhampton Business Improvement District (BID) launched in 2015 after a successful business vote that saw over 86% of businesses support the BID to deliver a wide range of improvements to the city centre. Everything the BID undertakes is determined and defined by city centre businesses and we hope to continue to develop our services further over the next 5 years.

Wolverhampton BID is reaching the end of its first 5-year term and has been consulting businesses within the city centre throughout December, January and February as part of the process of developing plans for the BID’s renewal.

Thank you to all of the businesses that have been involved so far who have helped shape a full programme of BID activities under our 4 key objectives which we are delighted to present back to you for your further consideration and feedback.

Here you will find all of the information you need to know about the proposals for the Wolverhampton BIDs next 5 years.

Iain Watkins – BID Board Chair

“Independent of the City Council, Wolverhampton BID is a business led partnership directed, delivered and funded by city centre businesses.

Our aim will always be to provide services and deliver initiatives that enhance the City Centre and put us in the best possible position to respond to challenges and opportunities.

Over the last 4 years the BID has initiated and provided a unique set of services and events to enhance the city centre experience for both day and night time visitors. The BID as well as delivering real commercial benefits to businesses unifies Wolverhampton city centre’s retail, leisure, education, office and service sectors that enables the BID to be in a unique position to focus on both the challenges and opportunities facing the High Street and ensure that Wolverhampton businesses have an ongoing voice in its future development and growth.”