As the city begins to re-open, Nottingham BID is here to support it's members in adapting to a new way of working following the COVID-19 outbreak, promoting a safe exit from lockdown and identifying the next steps required to shape the long-term recovery of the city centre.
Created in partnership with Nottingham City Council, we are offering free window vinyls to businesses to remind people to maintain social distancing, as well as encouraging people to keep left.
These bright signs encourage social distancing and tie in with the city dressings that can be found across Nottingham city centre.
If you would like to receive a free window vinyl, please complete the form here
Business Re-Opening Packs
If you are in the Nottingham BID area, apply for one of our our free re-opening packs of social distancing floor stickers, cashier desk strut cards, government guidance posters, face masks and anti-bacterial hand gel.
Fill in the form and we will have the pack delivered to your business. (Stock is limited, therefore please bear this in mind when requesting quantities.)
To help support Nottingham's city centre businesses we've created a handy digital map to highlight to the public which businesses are open and what services are available. These will continue to be updated and promoted through our consumer facing brand, It's in Nottingham.
If you would like us to add your business to the map then please email here.
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