To establish the area as a destination by providing an alternative and complementary shopping, leisure and commercial area to Intu and the Cathedral Quarter.
St Peters Quarter is a busy and diverse area of Derby city centre, home to the city’s bus station and a large range of national and independent shops, eateries and leisure venues. You will find something for everyone here, from book shops and dessert parlours to escape rooms and indoor golf!
In 2011, businesses from across St Peters Quarter voted in favour of the proposed BID Plan. The St Peters Quarter BID was born and the first term commenced running from 2011 to 2016.
Following a successful reballot result in February 2017, the current BID term commenced and will run until 2022.
The proposal to create a Business Improvement District for St Peters Quarter was approved following a successful ballot result in February 2017.
The highlighted area represents the full extent of the St Peters Quarter BID.
Streets included in the BID area:
|Albert Street||Albion Street||Babington Lane|
|Back Sitwell Street||Becket Street||Becketwell Lane|
|Colyear Street||Crompton Street||Crown Walk|
|Degge Street||East Street||Exchange Street|
|Forester Street||Gower Street||Green Lane|
|London Road||Macklin Street||Morledge|
|Osmaston Road||Riverlights||Sacheveral Street|
|Sitwell Street||St Peters Churchyard||St Peters Street|
|St Peters Way||The Spot||Thorntree Lane|
|Victoria Street||Wilmot Street||Wilson Street|
Every business in the St Peters Quarter BID area occupying or owning a business premises with a rateable value of £12,000 and above is required to pay a levy which is in addition to Business Rates and needs to be paid separately (regardless of how you pay the Business Rates).
Prompt payment of the levy will enable the strategies set out in the BID proposal to proceed.
If you have any questions, please contact the Business Rates office at Derby City Council. Tel: 01332 642428 or email: email@example.com
The St Peters Quarter BID Board is elected by members of St Peters Quarter Derby Ltd, drawn predominantly from those paying a levy in the area and made up of a representative cross-section of businesses, stakeholders and key agencies associated with the successful delivery of the BID project. The role of the Board is to safeguard the interests of the levy payers by ensuring that the BID operates in line with the Business Plan and offers consistent value for money in line with its targets.
St Peters Quarter Business Improvement District is project managed by Partnerships for Better Business Ltd (pfbb UK), who are a BID Managements Consultancy specialising in the delivery and development of BIDs and is led by Ian Ferguson and Melanie Ferguson-Allen.
@sallymontague @DerbyCQ No problems. The guys will pop round in the morning. Have a great evening 👍 stay safe.
Posted 31 March 2020 at 6:02pm
@SimonNMPR @SimonNMPR We’ll have one of our rangers swing by on morning patrol. Have a good evening and stay safe.
Posted 31 March 2020 at 4:07pm
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Posted 31 March 2020 at 3:00pm