BUSINESSES in the Lancaster District who were affected by the December flooding are being invited to a resilience workshop taking place at The Storey this month.
The aim of the free workshop is t...
The University of Lancaster is encouraging businesses to
embrace internships. Last year, businesses took on 500 students with great
success. 48% of the businesses retained the interns for an exten...
A section of Common Garden Street (from King Street to Russell Road) will be closed from 5pm on Sunday 28th February
until 7am on Monday 29th February 2016 and from 5pm on Sunday
6th March until 7...
With the local authority now able to be in
total charge of their budgets, what does this mean for businesses?
While it could be true that Local Authorities
could lower the business rates whilst k...
Come and join the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce Members at their
March Members networking event at Molly's Grill & Pizzeria in the heart
of Lancaster City Centre, where you will have the ...
This Easter, Lancaster BID is hosting a series of events for
all the family! Alice in Lancaster will be on Good Friday, 25thMarch 2016, in Market Square. This free event will have face painting, ga...
Leap Year Leap Frog Trail
The Lancaster BID Treasure Trail for February is in full swing. Clues and directions have taken participants to new parts of Lancaster city centre. The trail will ...
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Deadline extended until Wednesday 2nd March 2016.
The BID are seeking to re-create the popular 2015 Destination Brochure to showcase the unique diversity of Lancaster's city centre offer. If you would like to be involved please complete the form be...
Floor relief is to be awarded as discretionary rate relief under s47 of the LGFA (Local Government Finance Act) 1988 and funded via s31 grant under the LGA (Local Government Act) 2003. This sch...
Leap Year Leap
The Lancaster BID Treasure Trail returns this February with a special leap year
twist. Clues and directions will take participants to new parts of Lancaster
Lancaster BID are working closely with Lancaster City Council to ensure that businesses qualifying for any National Non-Domestic Rates (NNDR, also known as Business Rate) Relief schemes are identifi...
Central government has announced that local authorities will be provided with Community Grants as part of the Communities and Business Recovery Scheme. This will be equivalent to over £500 per...
There are a number of businesses affected by the flooding
and storms last weekend, that find themselves needing to seek legal
advice. Both FSB and Chamber of Commerce offer legal protection ...
Earlier in the week the Lancaster District Chamber of Commerce team appealed for help from local businesses in the wake of flooding in Lancaster, Morecambe and surrounding areas, the fol...