Waterloo Quarter BID is a business-led organisation, committed to improving the area of Waterloo. As an official Business Improvement District (BID), Waterloo Quarter works with and for businesses, securing funding to deliver a range of projects in the local area to improve economic performance and the physical environment, as well as acting as a voice for businesses to speak directly to organisations such as the Council, Transport for London and the Police.
Led by a Board made up of local business representatives and managed by a small, energetic executive team, Waterloo Quarter BID aims to create a safer and more pleasant trading environment for businesses, and to promote the area to bring in more visitors, whilst maintaining its individuality and unique character.
A BID generates revenue via a levy paid by all businesses in the area which is subsequently 100% ring-fenced for projects of benefit to local businesses to improve trading conditions. BIDs are an opportunity for businesses to stake a formal claim to the area in which they operate and to generate funding for its long-term economic development.
The BID's governance is ultimately regulated by the Business Improvement District (BID) Regulations (2004) and at a local level by an Operating Agreement with the local authority.
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