Dorking Town Partnership, Dorking’s Business Improvement District, was voted in on a five-year term with 66% voting in favour by number and 73% by rateable value. The Business plan was compiled at consultation stage and reflects the concerns and feedback received from the businesses. Its structure represents what the businesses said they wanted and we are working hard to complete it. View the Business Plan by clicking the link below.Download the Dorking BID Business Plan 2017-2022 – available in PDF format >
The Business Improvement District board is made up of local businesses (National, Independent, Night time Economy, Office, Leisure and Tourism) along side representatives from Mole Valley District Council. There is also a resident’s observer position on our Board which we are recruiting for now! This position is designed to provide a resident’s perspective to the board when considering projects designed to benefit the town and drive its footfall. It should ensure there is a connection between what the BID does for the businesses in Dorking within its business plan and ensure it has a positive effect from a resident’s perspective.
If you would like to apply please email Charlotte Whitaker, BID Manager at: Charlotte@Dorkingtownpartnership.co.uk
Things you may like to include in your application
Please add any other things that you think demonstrate your range and depth of connections with the local community.
Closing Date for Applications 1st May 2018.
Board Decision 14th May 2018.
Organised by the Dorking Town Partnership, this unique motorsport event will bring together up to nine historic Rob Walker racing cars for a parade lap around Dorking town centre on Sunday October 21.
For more information about this exciting event read the Festival Information Leaflet available as a PDF.
Click to view the short video presentation on Vimeo or click on the image below