Welcome to the Great Yarmouth BID
Directly funded by contributions from town centre businesses the Great Yarmouth Business Improvement District (gyBID) delivers a range of initiatives aimed at making the town centre a safer and more attractive place for people to live, work and visit. The delivery of these initiatives has been managed by the Town Centre Partnership, a not-for-profit company, which has been managing town centre projects in Great Yarmouth since 1997.
Great Yarmouth Business Improvement District (gyBID) covers the geographical area of Great Yarmouth town centre and was originally formed in 2006 following a successful ballot of town centre businesses. The fourth and current term went live from April 2021 following a renewal ballot that saw 88% of votes cast in favour of the gyBID being renewed for a further 5 years.
Board of Directors
The GY BID is managed by the Great Yarmouth Town Centre Partnership and overseen by a Board of Directors.
Nick Spencer Market Gates Shopping Centre
Cllr Daniel Candon Great Yarmouth Borough Council
Cllr Graham Plant Norfolk County Council
Ian McCreadie SPP Group Ltd
Liz Goddard Boots
The BID employs a team of people to deliver the projects and initiatives:
Town Centre Manager Jonathan Newman
Street Warden Supervisor Tracy Nixon
Street Warden Elliott Wright
The purpose of this website is to outline the aims and objectives of the gyBID, and identify the projects and activities that that are delivered by the Great Yarmouth Town Centre Partnership on behalf of BID levy payers. The web pages include documents that provide detailed information relating to the current BID levy liability and exemptions.
A copy of the current Great Yarmouth Business Improvement District Business Plan can be found on the ‘Documents’ page, along with the Annual Reports relating to the current BID term.
Great Yarmouth BID is a member of the The BID Foundation.