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Businesses vote to keep BID going

By Adele Moore 14th December 2017

Businesses vote to keep BID going
BID Manager Annette Miller and members

MORE than £500,000 of additional money will be pumped into promoting St Austell, after members of the Business Improvement District (BID) voted to keep the scheme in place.  Three quarters of firms in the town centre voted to continue paying a levy for the next five years - delivering a plan to promote the town as attractive, ac...

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