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Business Improvement District - Lancing Business Park


What is a BID - Business Improvement District?

Lancing Business Park BID

A Business Improvement District is an arrangement under which local businesses plan how to improve their own business and trading environment.  Businesses identify projects which will lead to improvements in their trading environment.
This arrangement lasts for a period of five years and is only achievable once the local authority has held a legal ballot.

The BID levy is administered and collected by Adur District Council in the case of Lancing Business Park BID area and is transferred to the BID organisation to spend ONLY for projects identified by the BID. 

How to make payments to your BID account:

Pay Point Outlet

You can take your Business Improvement District Bill to any Pay Point Outlet or Post Office.  It has a barcode that can be read in order to take your payment.  Please allow up to 5 working days for your payment to reach us.

Online on the internet

You may pay online using a debit or credit card. Please ensure you have your BID account reference to which your payment relates.

Click here to pay online and select Business Improvement District levy.

By telephone

You may pay by phone using a Debit or Credit card by telephoning the 24 hour automated payment line on 0300 123 6002. Please ensure that you have your BID account reference to which your payment relates.

Home Banking

The Council's bank details are:

  • Account Name: Adur District Council
  • Account Number: 11766960
  • Sort Code: 30-80-12

If making a payment by cheque please note:

  • Cheques should be made out to 'Adur District Council' and posted to Census Revenues & Benefits, PO Box 519, Sale, M33 0EZ
  • Please write your BID account number and property to which the payment relates on the reverse of the cheque

Contacts:

For BID levy liability queries contact:
lindastopp@lancingbusinesspark.co.uk
Telephone: 07584 503729

For payment enquires contact:
revenue@centralsussex.gov.uk
Telephone 01273 263111



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