Governance

How the BID is managed and area-wide ambitions are driven forward.

The Northbank BID Board is a representation of the occupier base in the BID.

Each member takes up the post of Director of The BID Company and represents the business community on their behalf. Board Members are re-elected annually at the company AGM. This takes into account business types, sizes and geographical locations.

The Board oversees the strategy and administration and spend of business money, as well as being a ‘champion’ of the local efforts.

Minutes from the last Annual General Meeting are available on request.

capco
SECTOR: Land Owner

Andrew Hicks (Chairman)

Capco

LSE
SECTOR: Education

Julian Robinson (Vice Chair)

London School of Economics

Bain and Company
SECTOR: Corporate Tenant Land Owner

Geoff Smout

Bain & Co

SECTOR: Corporate Tenant

David Duncan

British American Tobacco

Kings College London
SECTOR: Education

Ralph Luck

King’s College

PWC
SECTOR: Financial Services

Steve Sherwood

PWC

Land Securities
SECTOR: Land Owner

Hiren Patel

Land Securities

Corinthia Hotel London
SECTOR: Large Hotelier

Michael Izzo

Corinthia London

Savoy
SECTOR: Large Hotelier

Ian Kidd

The Savoy

The Waldorf Hilton
SECTOR: Large Hotelier

Guy Hilton

The Waldorf Hilton

Capital Arches
SECTOR: Restaurant

Claude Abi-Gerges

Capital Arches Group

Somerset House
SECTOR: Theatres / Museum / Cultural institutions

Jonathan Reekie

Somerset House Trust

The expertise and support of public sector bodies and other stakeholders in the area is vital to the partnership.

Name Company
Fr Luke Miller Archdeacon of London
Allyson Hargreaves St Martin-in-the-Fields
Fraser MacDonald Transport for London
Name Company
Greg Ward Westminster City Council
Haylea Asadi Westminster City Council
Tim Mitchell Westminster City Council

In February 2018 the BID levy paying community voted for The Northbank BID to continue driving daily improvements around Trafalgar Square, Strand, Aldwych and the surrounding streets.

As you’ll read in the BID Proposal, the BID has worked as a catalyst for private-public partnerships, bringing Westminster City Council, Tfl, The Met Police and other key London partners to the forefront of the areas needs and ambitions, creating a direct link with the businesses. Between this partnership effort, the teams on the ground and support from the local community, The Northbank BID has achieved a lot in its first few years.

The BID has published its BID Proposal for the second term 2018-2023, drawing together how the Executive and Street teams have answered the business community’s key concerns and implementing five years of improvements.

Through consultation, businesses have asked for continued: public realm improvements, street cleaning and reporting, safety and security, marketing and promotion, and corporate social responsibility.

Billing Leaflet 2018

Northbank BID

Billing Leaflet 2017-18

Annual Report 2018

Northbank BID

Annual Report 2017-18

Proposal 2023

Northbank BID

Business Plan 2018-23

Billing Leaflet 2019

Northbank BID

Billing Leaflet 2018-19

The Northbank Business Improvement District is the geographical centre of London, connecting Parliament with the City, and is the meeting point for many lines of transport.

It runs from Admiralty Arch in the West, through Trafalgar Square, along the Strand and through Aldwych to Temple.

The northern boundary is Chandos Place, Maiden Lane, Tavistock Street and Carey Street. The eastern boundary runs along Bell Yard and Temple Gardens. The southern boundary runs along the Embankment from Northumberland Avenue to Temple Pier.

Boundary Map

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