Cambridge BID Limited

Cambridge BID Limited

Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID) consists of 1,200 city centre businesses, working together to promote the city to visitors, residents and workers, while ensuring they experience a welcoming and vibrant street scene that is both clean and safe.

Telephone: 01223 903 300
Address: Dashwood House, 185 East Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB1 1BG
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.cambridgebid.co.uk
Membership type:Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)

Cambridge BID is a non-profit, limited company with a mandate from 1,200 businesses and organisations in Cambridge city centre to invest almost £5m during our second five year term.

Businesses and organisations voted for a second BID term in October 2017 and from April 2018 we now cover a larger area that includes Cambridge Rail Station and the CB1 area. 

Cambridge BID has three key work streams; Welcome, Experience and Support. Our work is governed by a Board of Directors that represent the businesses, organisations and stakeholders in Cambridge.

Cambridge night market and outdoor cinema returns

Cambridge night market and outdoor cinema returns with an Oscar-winning line-up

Moviegoers are set to have the time of their lives at the next Love Cambridge cinema and night market event delivered by Cambridge Business Improvement Development (BID) in association with the City Council.

19 June 2018Read in full

Cambridge BID appoints three new directors at start of second term

Cambridge BID appoints three new directors at start of second term

Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID) has further strengthened its Board through the appointment of three new Directors.

8 June 2018Read in full

Market Square open-air cinema

Sing it from the rooftops: Market Square open-air cinema and Night Market are back!

Cambridge BID is delighted to announce the return of the al fresco family film screenings and Night Markets in Market Square.

27 April 2018Read in full

 Ian Sandison

Cambridge Business Improvement District seeks new Chairperson and new Board Directors

Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID) is looking to appoint a new Non-Executive Chair and further strengthen its Board of Directors as it begins its second five-year term.

10 April 2018Read in full

Cambridge BID Ambassador

City visitors benefit from revamped Ambassador Service

Visitors to Cambridge are to receive an even greater welcome thanks to a revamped Ambassador service.

3 April 2018Read in full

Cambridge BID's annual charity ball raises over £2,000 for Cambridge Street Aid

Cambridge BID's annual charity ball raises over £2,000 for Cambridge Street Aid

CAMBRIDGE Business Improvement District’s (BID) Sparkle & Shine ball celebrated its 10th anniversary on Thursday night, raising much-needed funds for local homeless initiative, Cambridge Street Aid.

5 December 2017Read in full

Rose Crescent at Christmas

Cambridge BID hosts second Festive Fayre shopping experience

This week, Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID) is once again hosting the annual Festive Fayre - an exclusive late-night Christmas shopping experience within Cambridge’s traditional and picturesque Old Quarter.

4 December 2017Read in full

Cambridge BID

Cambridge businesses vote in favour of a second five-year term for Cambridge BID

Cambridge Business Development District (BID) is delighted to announce that the organisation has been voted in for a second five-year term.

7 November 2017Read in full

Katherine Kingsley

Cambridge BID’s big Switch-On event 2017 lights up Christmas for vulnerable children

Cambridge's annual Christmas Lights Switch-On event will be delivering a poignant message this year in support of the NSPCC’s ‘Light Up Christmas For Children’ campaign.

30 October 2017Read in full

Cambridge BID mystery shopper winners

Cambridge Business Improvement District announces winners of 5th Mystery Shopper Awards

Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID) held their fifth annual Awards evening last week to recognise and reward the highest levels of customer service among Cambridge businesses in the city.

27 September 2017Read in full

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