Hart’s Nottingham has become an associate of the Nottingham Business Improvement District, (BID), the business led not for profit organisation that delivers a wide range of activities and initiatives for the benefit of its members, the people who live, work and study in the city and visitors.
To be a member of the Nottingham BID, a business needs to be located in a defined area of the city centre, operate in the retail, leisure or office sector and have a rateable value of in excess of £25,000 per annum. They are then required to pay a levy based on their rateable value.
Harts, the hotel and restaurant located on Standard Hill, falls just outside the area covered by the BID but has opted to become an associate of the BID so that they can get involved in, and benefit from, the activities that the BID delivers all year round including its forthcoming Taste Nottingham food and drink initiative which starts on 27 June.
“We are delighted that Hart’s Nottingham have recognised the benefits of being involved in the BID and have decided to become an associate,” said Jeff Allen, chairman of the Nottingham BID. “We look forward to working with them and getting them involved in the BID’s activities.”
“As an independent local business, we are delighted to be part of such a worthwhile organisation that contributes so much to the city,” said Adam Worthington, general manager of Hart’s Nottingham. “We look forward to getting actively involved in its initiatives.”