Skipton BID’s Third Term started on 1st April 2019!
Over 82% of the levy paying businesses voted YES!
Here is the declaration of result 8th February 2019.
A copy of the third term’s Business Plan can be downloaded here:
The map of the BID’s area and levy paying businesses within can be viewed via an interactive website, please click here:
Keeping Levy Payers Informed
Skipton BID’s newsletters are available on their own page, please click here: BID Newsletters
The 2019-20 Financial Statement is available here: Financial Statement 2019-20
The 2018-19 Financial Statement is available here: Financial Statement 2018-19
The 2017-18 Financial Statement is available here: Financial Statement 2017-18
The 2016-17 Financial Statement is available here: Financial Statement 2016-17
The 2015-16 Financial Statement is available here: Financial Statement 2015-16
Skipton BID Board Meetings
The Board aims to meet monthly to review the finances, the previous month’s activities, and consider applications for funding requests, along with ‘any other business’!
Ideally we would like each business sector in Skipton to be represented on the BID’s Board; but for this to happen, we need some more businesses to step forward. If you have a business in Skipton and would be interested in joining the Board, please contact the BID office on 01756 799033!
The Board Meetings are held 4 – 5.30pm on Tuesdays:
- 15th March
- 19th April
- 17th May
- 21st June
- 19th July
The Annual General Meeting will take place in September, date and venue TBC
Skipton BID Articles of Association
This document details how Skipton BID Ltd operates, the articles remain valid for the BID’s third term.
It can be downloaded here: Skipton BID Ltd Articles of Association
BID Ballot 2019 – how it worked
Persons eligible to vote in the ballot were the non-domestic ratepayer listed on the Council’s database for each hereditament (business premise) situated in the geographical area of the proposed BID as at the date of the Notice of Ballot (17th December 2018). Each person entitled to vote in the ballot had one vote in respect of each hereditament occupied or (if unoccupied) owned by them in the geographical area of the proposed BID.
For the BID Ballot to be successful there had to be:
- A majority in favour of the BID in the number of those voting; and
- A majority in favour of the BID in the proportion of rateable value of those voting.
The ballot was conducted entirely by post by the Independent Scrutineer, Electoral Reform Services of 33 Clarendon Road, London N8 0NW.