Autumn 2014 Businesses came along to a 'Meet the BID Team' meeting and hundreds more gave their views on which projects should go into the BID business plan as part of a Top Twelve consultation. Find out more.
Spring 2015 The BID Steering Group researched projects and ideas put forward by businesses across the city and created the proposed BID business plan.
June 2015 The BID business plan was launched and all businesses were invited to attend a public meeting to ask questions and find out more about the BID and the proposed BID business plan.2 - 30 July 2015 - BID Ballot took place The BID business plan was sent to all businesses in the BID area, together with a BID ballot paper. All businesses were asked to vote yes or no. 31 July 2015 The Electoral Reform Society, which ran the Lichfield BID ballot, informed the Lichfield BID Steering Group that the Lichfield BID had been voted in and approved by a majority of businesses, both by number and rateable value. August & September 2015 The Lichfield BID Steering Group worked to establish the Lichfield BID Company which will independently operate the Lichfield BID over the next five years. This will included establishing an operating agreement between the BID company and the local council that governs how the BID money is paid out.
1 October 2015 - 30 September 2020 The Lichfield BID will start to deliver benefits across the city for the next five years.