BUSINESSES on Gadbrook Park are celebrating after clinching a consecutive Business Improvement District title which could bring in more than £1million worth of investment.
First approved in November 2009, the businesses on Gadbrook Park voted to continue the BID over the next 5 years, taking BID 2 through to 2019.
Mike Roberts from Roberts Bakery and chair of Gadbrook Park BID 2, said: "BID 2 will mean we can all continue to benefit from the essential services the BID delivers and see the park improve even further as a result.”
Groundwork Cheshire will continue to manage the BID for the duration of the next five years, delivering the services and projects that will continue to aid all companies on the park to develop and thrive.
Jane Hough, BID Manager at Groundwork Cheshire, added: "We are absolutely delighted that Gadbrook Park has been successful in securing BID 2 and that Groundwork can continue to work with the companies on the business park to develop a brighter future."
Clr Mike Jones, leader of Cheshire West and Chester Council, said: "It is absolutely fantastic to see the businesses on Gadbrook Park taking control and creating a future that is in their own hands. The council will be delighted to support all companies on the park with regards to the improvement of any opportunities that will boost both trading and employment at Gadbrook Park.”
Gadbrook Park BID 2 now joins Winsford Industrial Estate and Northwich Town Centre in Business Improvement District status with 3 BIDs all within seven miles of each other.