Frequently Asked Questions
Below are a range of frequently asked questions in reference to Future Wood Green Business Improvement District. If we have missed one or we have not answered your query below, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Wood Green BID Faq's
Q: How was the BID Formed?
In March 2018, All businesses within the defined Future Wood Green BID area had the opportunity to Vote for a BID. The Vote was successful with 81% of those who voted said yes. For further information about the voting and results, please click here.
The BID officially started on the first July 2018.
Q: Can I see the Management Structure of the BID?
Q: What is the BID Area for Wood Green?
Q: Isn't the BID just part of the Council?
Q: Has the BID got it's own office?
Q: How is the BID Funded?
Q: Who do I contact in regards to my Levy Bill?
Q: Can I become a member of the BID Company?
Q: Does the BID have any agreements or regulations?
General Governance and Steering Group FAQs
Q: Who governs the BID?
Q: How do I register my interest for sitting on the Board?
Each year the BID will be writing to all its Members and levy payers to invite them to the Annual General Meeting. The information sent will include a nomination form for those wishing to be considered for sitting on the board. Please note that to sit on the Board, you are required to be a member of Future Wood Green BID. For further information about membership, please click here.
Q: Where can i find information about the Steering Groups?
Q: Can anyone become a member of a steering group?
Q: Who decides what projects the BID activates?
To ensure that the BID in Wood Green is as open and transparent as possible, Each of the Four Steering Groups will discuss and decide what projects from the original business plan the bid should be delivering and when they should be delivered. The Steering Groups also have a budget for delivering projects which via the chair of each group will present their plans for approval from the governance board.