Colmore Business District Insight Survey 2022
Colmore Business Improvement District (BID) has been in operation since 2009 and is now in its third five-year term.  The purpose of this survey is to understand your views on the Colmore Business District in general, the way the BID has operated since 2019 and to suggest future priorities for the BID.
 
This survey, and the analysis and reporting that will follow, is being administered by The Wisdom Factory CIC, a social enterprise, on behalf of Colmore Business District Limited.  If you have any queries about this survey please contact either:
 
Katy Paddock
Colmore BID
katy.paddock@colmorebid.co.uk
 
or
 
Mike Mounfield
The Wisdom Factory CIC 
mike@thewisdomfactory.org
 
Thank you for taking part.  To show our gratitude for helping us shape the next five-year term of Colmore Business District, we are offering you a chance to win an overnight stay for two at The Grand Hotel Birmingham PLUS £150 voucher to spend in Isaac's, the bar and restaurant at The Grand.  To have a chance to win just put your details in Q29.  Please note this prize is open only to people who work in Colmore Business District.
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1. General
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1. How satisfied or dissatisfied are you with each of these aspects of the Colmore Business District?

 

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Very satisfiedFairly satisfiedNeitherFairly dissatisfiedVery dissatisfiedNot sure
Outstanding Places - the quality of the streetscene and public realm in the District.
Accessibility and connectivity - clients, visitors and staff can easily access the District and find their way within it.
Place Marketing - increasing the visibility and reputation of the District to support local businesses and attract and retain staff and investment.
Safe and Sound - clients, visitors and staff feel safe and are presented with the 'friendly' face of the District.
Community Building - the local business network is vibrant and engaged with the wider community.
Leisure and Hospitality - promoting the vibrancy and choice available in our daytime and nighttime economy