18 February 2014 0 Comments
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Bath businesses invited to join The Bigger Picture debate on Waste

A survey has been launched this week to explore Bath businesses’ attitudes to waste and canvas their views on the issues most affecting them from recycling and waste management services to seagulls.

The Bigger Picture survey on Waste aims to open the debate on issues which matter to Bath businesses and provide a platform on which to lobby for change.

It is available online at: https://response.questback.com/withykingllp/78csdeqlpy/

The Bigger Picture is a series of quarterly surveys aimed at Bath’s business community on issues which affect their commercial and private lives. Run by the city’s largest law firm, Withy King and Bath News & Media, the surveys have previously explored questions relating to property, public transport and parking.

Graham Street, Managing Partner at Withy King, who lives and works in Bath, said: “We are an integral part of the Bath community and want to play a role in highlighting the issues which people feel most strongly about. The surveys give businesses an opportunity to voice their views and experiences in a way which we hope will help to inform wider debates and bring about improvements where they are needed. Dealing effectively with waste is a challenge for many businesses and we hope this latest survey will provide a useful platform for further discussion.”

The Bigger Picture survey on Waste will be open until Friday, 7 March. All completed surveys will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad Mini. The results will be reported in the Bath Chronicle as well as online.

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For further information, please contact Natalie Birrell at NBPR on 07557 356860 or email natalie@nb-pr.co.uk

Date of issue: 18 February 2014

Graham Street, Managing Partner, Withy King, Bath

Photo caption: Graham Street, Managing Partner, Withy King, Bath

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