Supporting High Streets
A critical tool to enable investors, local government and community groups to assess the socio economic impacts of retail developments and promote the health of England’s communities.
A competition to find Britain's best high streets put four Healthy High Streets top of their categories, with Blackburn taking the Overall Winner trophy.
Business in the Community has today partnered with Accenture to launch a new report challenging business to be part of creating an inclusive digital revolution.
The shortlist for the third annual Great British High Street Competition is revealed today, with six Healthy High Street towns and two High Street Champions in the running for an award.
Interim findings at the end of Year Two from our report into the culture change generated by Business Connectors on secondment into their communities with BITC.
Business in the Community's programme to revitalise high streets today announces the final 33 high streets to successfully apply, bringing the total to 100.
RCT Homes has successfully created a coalition of public, private and voluntary organisations to build a more resilient and viable local community, centred on the focal point of the high street.
The problems Plymouth faces are not unique: increased competition from the internet, dwindling footfall on the high street and shop closures. But it’s a combination that has led to rising unemployment and affected the community’s pride in its city. Year one of Business in the Community’s Healthy High Streets programme has shown what can be done to tackle this.
Over the past few years, Wrexham had experienced a decline in the number of people visiting the high street and a growing number of empty retail units. The Town Centre Manager and the Wrexham Town Centre Forum were keen to reverse this trend and identify how they could engage more effectively with their local community, both businesses and the general public.
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