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ADDRESS

Dublin City Centre BID Company Level 2 O’Connell Bridge House D’Olier St , Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 633 4680
info@dublincitybid.ie

WEB

www.dublincitybid.ie

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Dublin City BID

The Dublin City Business Improvement District is a not-for-profit organisation that works, on behalf of its members, to create an attractive, welcoming, vibrant and economically successful BID area. We achieve this by working in partnership with city authorities and other organisations in the area and by delivering a range of cost-effective improvements and additional services creating a Cleaner, Greener & Safer city centre for all stakeholders.

Our role is to enhance the appeal of the city centre as a place for shopping, recreation and business development. We work to meet these objectives through the development and delivery of programmes of enhanced street cleaning, graffiti removal, security co-operation, marketing and events.

The BID has an annual budget of almost €2.5m to deliver a range of additional improvement services for the area. Where introduced in other countries around the world, typical Business Improvement District services and initiatives have proven to increase footfall, decrease crime and increase overall trading performance for businesses in the area.



Dublin City BID

ADDRESS

Dublin City Centre BID Company Level 2 O’Connell Bridge House D’Olier St , Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 633 4680
info@dublincitybid.ie

WEB

www.dublincitybid.ie

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The Dublin City Business Improvement District is a not-for-profit organisation that works, on behalf of its members, to create an attractive, welcoming, vibrant and economically successful BID area. We achieve this by working in partnership with city authorities and other organisations in the area and by delivering a range of cost-effective improvements and additional services creating a Cleaner, Greener & Safer city centre for all stakeholders.

Our role is to enhance the appeal of the city centre as a place for shopping, recreation and business development. We work to meet these objectives through the development and delivery of programmes of enhanced street cleaning, graffiti removal, security co-operation, marketing and events.

The BID has an annual budget of almost €2.5m to deliver a range of additional improvement services for the area. Where introduced in other countries around the world, typical Business Improvement District services and initiatives have proven to increase footfall, decrease crime and increase overall trading performance for businesses in the area.



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