Liverpool BID Company works to deliver a thriving Liverpool

Bringing additionality through street transformation, connectivity and collaboration to enhance our community. We are passionate about what we do, strategic, resourceful, visionary and here to support you when you need us.

What we do

Environment & Safety

Bringing additionality to Liverpool city centre through street transformation and safety partnerships.

 

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Marketing & Animation

Promoting Liverpool city centre through animation, events and marketing, and our BID Levy Payer businesses.

 

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Business Support

Supporting our BID Levy Payers where they need us most.

 

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Connectivity & Transport

Connecting businesses in Liverpool to create a thriving and vibrant destination.

 

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What is a BID?

Bringing additionality to a vibrant and thriving city

A BID (Business Improvement District) is a designated zone (BID Area) in which businesses (BID Levy Payers) benefit from a wide range of additional services over and above those funded through the standard commercial rates and council services.

Constituted by UK law in 2004, a BID is a powerful, independent voice representing the interests of a varied community of organisations, committed to working together to ensure that the area continues to progress whilst providing the best possible trading and working environment for its occupiers.

Our team

Say hello to the people behind the Liverpool BID Company. To contact our team please call 0151 703 2399 or email info@liverpoolbidcompany.com.

  • Bill Addy

    Chief Executive Officer

  • Katie Bentley

    Director of Strategic Partnerships and Communications

  • Shaun Holland

    Director of Operations

  • Bernice Edwards

    Executive Assistant

  • Michelle Bacon

    Head of Finance

  • Beth Locke

    Engagement Manager

  • Chloe Gaughan

    Marketing Manager

  • Perry Daly-Ryall

    Operations Manager

  • Kayleigh Formby

    Marketing & Communications Officer

  • Anthony Osborne

    Finance Officer

  • Martha Collins

    Business Engagement Administrator

  • Calum Williams

    Information & Database Officer

  • Leanne McAnespie
    Leanne Wilks

    Projects Officer

  • Mark Morgans

    BID Street Ranger Team Leader

  • Simon Knott

    BID Street Ranger

  • Janine Gossage

    BID Street Ranger

  • Regan Wiltshire

    BID Street Ranger

  • Paul Bolger

    BID Street Ranger

  • David Gilboy

    BID Street Ranger

  • Dave Crawford
    PC Dave Crawford

    BID Police Officer

  • PC Darren Maloney
    PC Darren Maloney

    BID Police Officer

Board members support the BID on a voluntary unpaid basis.

All boards meet quarterly and copies of board minutes are available by contacting info@liverpoolbidcompany.com.

Governance

Liverpool BID Company is fully compliant with the Industry Standards of The BID Foundation to ensure transparency, accountability, best practice and quality on the services provided. More information about the BID Industry Standards can be found here.

There is also an Executive BID Board that oversees, strategy for the organisation, finances, company structure and major long term decisions. BID executive board members include the chair and deputy chairs of each BID and a representation of the leadership and main stakeholders in Liverpool city centre.

 

Liverpool Executive BID Board

  • Nigel Britton

    BDO, Chair

  • Jennina O’Neill

    Metquarter

  • Julie Johnson

    Morecrofts

  • Paul Cherpeau

    Liverpool & Sefton Chamber of Commerce

  • Iain Finlayson

    Liverpool ONE

  • Carl Wood

    Media Expert

  • Ian Silverberg

    Silverberg Opticians

  • Sean Keyes

    Sutcliffe

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    Marcus Magee

    Hilton Liverpool

  • Steven Hesketh

    Savvy Hotels

Providing additionality where it matters most

Retail & Leisure BID

Retail & Leisure BID (formerly City Central BID) was established in 2005 and represents more than 351 levy-paying businesses across the retail and leisure heart of Liverpool city centre.

Culture & Commerce BID

Liverpool’s Culture & Commerce BID, formerly Commercial District BID, was established in 2011 and represents more than 434 levy paying businesses across the Commercial District, Waterfront and St George’s Quarter.

Accommodation BID

The Accommodation BID represents 80 of Liverpool’s hotels and serviced apartments with a £4.3 million investment in improving the trading environment of it’s BID Levy Payers.