Recognising the importance of Scotland’s towns – a celebration film of all things towns!
Think of the vote like an election, 50% of the people that vote have to be in favour. To safeguard against lack of interest/participation there is a minimum turnout of 25% both by number of businesses and by rateable value. In practice turnout is usually 60-70 percent. We must comply with govt. regulations to ensure […]
The Dingwall Means Business team were hugely encouraged by the turnout at the 2-day drop-in session in the lower Town Hall on 7/8 May. The majority of the businesses attending expressed support for the BID proposals. There was of course some robust discussion, expressed in a civil and constructive way – as might be anticipated […]
Aileen Campbell MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Local Government, has described the new phase of Improvement Districts in Scotland as an “exciting prospect”. Speaking at the launch of the national support hub for Scotland’s Improvement Districts on 20 September, she described the new Improvement Districts as “a wider corporate, community and partnership model, which […]
OK the printed questionnaires have arrived in the ‘Dingwall means Business’ office this morning… (yeaah) So now the good part starts… getting out there to talk to every business in our lovely wee town of Dingwall. For me this is the best bit because now everyone has an opportunity to have their say, to help […]