Dorking Town Partnership (DTP) was formed after consultation with businesses indicated a desire to find out more about what a Business Improvement District (BID) could do for the town centre. DTP has been able to gain funding to make some further investigations and to develop a BID over the next 12 months, should businesses choose to go down this route.
The BID represents a one-off opportunity for businesses to have a major influence on the management, marketing and promotion of Dorking.Download the Dorking BID Business Plan 2017-2022 – available in PDF format >Download the Full Dorking BID Document – in PDF format (This file is 6mb, a WiFi connection is recommended)The BID's Terms of Reference are available to read by clicking this linkDownload the BID Meeting Presentation (16th Feb, URC, Dorking) - in PDF format >Download the Dorking Bid Summary Document - in PDF format >Download the map of the BID boundary - in PDF format >
“With nearby towns such as Guildford and Wimbledon already running BIDs, and others investigating Business Improvement Districts, it’s time that the Dorking business community takes matters into its own hands. We are excited to embark upon this journey and we hope that all businesses in the town centre will be open to this discussion by telling us what you need and hearing about the opportunities that a BID could bring.”
Coordinated all groups working together and cohesively towards a common goal – a prosperous Dorking Invigorated to give all visitors and employees a warm welcome, a brilliant experience and a reason to keep coming back Celebrated to raise the profile of Dorking and put it back on the map for local, national and international visitors and businesses Secured to work towards long term goals with a secure income to ensure the economic and operational resilience of Dorking over time
We will strive to deliver impactful and innovative projects, which address your business priorities, and deliver the best value for money from the BID levy that you entrust to us. Our Board will be transparent and accountable and the partnership inclusive.