Communications play a vital role in the BID’s work, creating a network between businesses, promoting the initiatives being undertaken by the BID, and elevating the area as a destination for leisure and business.
We will be raising awareness of the world-class activity in the area, through our e-newsletter, website and social media. The BID also takes part in London-wide events, such as Pride, the London Festival of Architecture, West End LIVE, which showcases the highlights from London’s top theatre shows… and most people’s favourite season, Christmas, will be back in all it’s glory, with lights along the Strand. Keep an eye out for more activity throughout the year.
The #NorthbankTogether campaign will bring the area together in celebrating the range of major events and smaller activities this summer, all ready to be discovered. Northbank businesses can get involved and find out more, simply by contacting the BID office, or downloading the campaign brief here.Summer events
Take a walk around the Northbank – did you know this increases productivity levels as well as helping you to get physically fit? It’s also well known that you can often get to other central London locations in a similar or even quicker time by walking rather than taking public transport… By taking a side street you’ll uncover exciting new things and reduce your exposure to air pollution, so take out one of our maps and have a look around!
Next one due out June 2019.
If you’d like to be sent a free area guide then contact the BID office.
• Get your events or your business listed on the website, newsletter and on social media
• Promote your business to the local community through providing an offer on the Northbank Privilege Card
• Feature in the Northbank seasonal guide
• Co-host an event
We are excited to announce the release of our first Northbank Guide: Hidden Gems & Healthy Walking Routes Download your own copy here Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out where you […]
We’re delighted to bring Union Flags to the Strand for the first time for a summer filled with celebrations and festivities. We’ve already had fantastic feedback so come along and […]
The Northbank BID (in partnership with Westminster City Council and local businesses) has commissioned six shortlisted artists/collectives to work collaboratively with them and selected landscape architects LDA Design as […]
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The Communications Steering Group meets quarterly and serves to: share key activities and goals of businesses in the area, advise on how to work together and what the priorities are to promote the area through various projects. Members are made up of key Marketing and Communications professionals from the hospitality, corporate, education and visitor attraction sectors.
If you are interested in joining the group please contact us.