Posted by Paul Daniels, Partner
Share your views via The Bigger Picture
The Bigger Picture is a new survey-based campaign aimed at Bath’s business decision-makers which has been launched by Withy King in association with Bath News & Media. The surveys, which will be conducted every quarter, will give Bath businesses an …
The Bigger Picture is a new survey-based campaign aimed at Bath’s business decision-makers which has been launched by Withy King in association with Bath News & Media.
The surveys, which will be conducted every quarter, will give Bath businesses an opportunity to share their views on key issues, including property, waste and parking.
The results will be published quarterly in Bath Agenda – starting with a four-page feature in the September issue on the back of the first survey, the Bigger Property Picture.
Paul Daniels, Head of Commercial Property at Withy King, said: “Bath is one of the most desirable places to live and work – and yet it is the aspects which we find most appealing, such as Bath’s wonderful old buildings and heritage, which often create the greatest challenges.
“The Bigger Picture is an exciting new initiative which provides a platform for Bath businesses to debate the issues which matter most to them and an opportunity to lobby for change. The first in our series of quarterly surveys looks at Bath’s property scene.
“We want to hear businesses’ views on how to create more grade A space in the city so as to attract and retain our most ambitious companies. We’d like to know where you think the development priorities lie and what should be done to accommodate Bath’s growing population. We hope as many Bath businesses as possible will take part in the survey and help to influence the direction of change in our great city.”
The first Bigger Picture survey, on the city’s property challenges and opportunities, is now live. Businesses can have their say until Tuesday, 30 July by taking part in the short online survey. All completed surveys will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad Mini.
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