The AGM updated more than twenty BID members and stakeholders on many of the different projects the BID has undertaken throughout the last year. The AGM also saw the official adoption of the 2018/2019 externally audited accounts and appointment of the board of Directors for the forthcoming year.
The Annual Report 2018/2019 detailing all projects and outcomes is available to all members and stakeholders and other interested parties via this link.
Marcos Gold, BID Manager said: “It was great to welcome so many members to the meeting and update our business community on our achievements at the AGM on 23 October.
Our work is transparent, steered by local businesses and delivers value. In recent months we have secured more than a 20% reduction on waste and recycling collections costs, and our new village ambassador has welcomed over 800 guests to Hampstead. We have also continued to make aesthetic enhancements, such as fortnightly jet washing and the installing of flower baskets.
We have provided regular updates through newsletters and emails, as well as face-to-face meetings about our projects. We encourage anyone who is interested to either get in touch, check out our website, or look over our annual report.”
Andy Logan, member and owner of CBD and You commented: “I was glad to be able to attend this year’s AGM. It was evident that the BID has a positive energy and is providing more clarity on the projects they undertake. I look forward to what else is in store for the BID.”
Laura Medlock, member and owner of French and Corry commented: “It was great to see so many businesses attend last nights Hampstead AGM. There was a fantastic atmosphere throughout the evening and always wonderful to see so many different sectors coming together. I left last night really looking forward to the next few busy months but also the longer term projects we have planned for the BID and the Hampstead Village area.”