The BID has a five year remit (2016-2020) and proposes an innovative programme of delivery – meeting the requests and expectations of businesses who fed into the 2014-15 consultation process.
The proposed projects for the BID are based on feedback provided by local businesses and organisations. The BID Board will agree Key Performance Indicators in advance of the delivery of each activity. These will be used to assess the success of individual activities on a project by project basis. The Board reserves the right to alter projects and delivery depending on prevailing circumstances.
The plan covers projects that will be delivered under a wide range of areas including:
  • Marketing & Promotion
    • Burns Comes East (January 2017)
    • St Andrews Fashion Week (February 2017)
    • Annual photographic exhibition (Summer 2016)
    • A Celebration of Food and Drink in St Andrews (November 2016)
    • Festive Celebrations (November-December 2016)
    • Collaborative working with key Festival organisers (ongoing)
  • Accessibility
    • Improve parking provision
    • Review Parking Charges
    • Land Train
    • E-Car Scheme
  • Clean & Green
    • Zero Waste Target
    • Curbing Seagulls
    • Enhancing Floral Displays
  • Amenities & Digital Media Activities
    • Linking Town & Beach Experiences
    • Improve Public Toilet Facilities
    • Town Centre WiFi
    • Online & Social Media Promotion
  • Facilitate
    • Utility Bill Reviews
    • Mentoring & Leadership Training
    • Business Skills & Training
    • Mystery Shopper
    • Business Network Sessions
    • Business Development Small Grant Scheme
    • Shop Local
    • Encouraging new business entrants
    • WorldHost Customer Care Training
    • Crime Prevention
The BID Board will working with levy-payers, partners and stakeholders to deliver all the above. If you or your business would like to be involved, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
A full publication of the Business Plan can be found via this link.