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Business Development Groups, London West End & Midtown

Jan 2013.
I have mapped the large business led influences, formal Business Improvement Districts (BID's) and proposed Neighbourhood Forums in London's West End.

Run your cursor over the lines to show who they belong to.
NOTE: The Bloomsbury Neighbourhood boundary has yet to be ratified.
The Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Forum yet to be ratified.

The boundaries are not definitive but simply to show the business led dynamics currently in motion and their approximate locations.

Contact: West End Community Network (WECN) London.
autotrak@blueyonder.co.uk
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Fitzrovia Partnership BID District
The Partnership says: Formed in 2009, the Partnership will seek to raise awareness of the initiative, introduce itself to a wider audience and attract new members — the aim to embrace the business community behind a shared vision of maintaining Fitzrovia as a location of choice.

No specific geographic boundaries have been published yet.
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ORB - Oxford St, Regent St & Bond Street BID. New West End Company.
Large Business Improvement District (BID) formed in 2005 by New West End Company
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Midtown Business Club
This group has a wide ranging remit and seems to cover a large geographical area roughly between Euston Road and the river.
The connection with the proposed extension of the InHolborn Business Improvement District extension (branded as Midtown) is obvious.
Their web site shows this map:
http://www.londonmidtown.org/contact_us.aspx

Large and ambitious Business Club, launched in September 2007. "It aims to bring together the largest, most active and definitely the most vocal business network in London. The Club unifies Midtown's business arenas - High Holborn, Chancery Lane, Holborn Viaduct, Hatton Garden, Bloomsbury, Kingsway, The Aldwych, Strand and Covent Garden.

Area marketing, public realm improvements and a transport infrastructure fit for the future are key concerns and challenges for the Club. This not for profit organisation works on a very small annual subscription basis.

The Club's other founding members are Land Securities, CBRE and The Royal Bank of Scotland." Quoting Fairbrother. http://www.farebrother.net/midtown_business_club.html
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Marylebone Village - Howard de Walden Estate
Most of the land is owned by Howard de Walden Estate. The area is not a formal Business Improvement District (BID)
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Baker Street Quarter
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InMidtown BID
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Proposed Bloomsbury Neighbourhood Forum
Note: Designated area is not yet ratified by the Bloomsbury Forum or Camden.
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Bloomsbury Neighbourhood Forum
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Proposed Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Forum
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Fitzrovia Area Action Plan
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Fitzrovia Area Action Plan