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Businesses Asked For Views On Yorkshire Coast BID Ballot

Businesses Asked For Views On Yorkshire Coast BID Ballot

Published by Karen Liu at 11:14am 8th January 2020. (Updated at 11:19am 8th January 2020)

Businesses affected by the Yorkshire Coast Business Improvement District are being asked for their views on the ballot process.

Scarborough Borough Council has commissioned the Association of Electoral Administrators (AEA) to undertake an independent and impartial investigation of the role of the council in carrying out the ballot for the Yorkshire Coast Business Improvement District (BID) in 2018.

Peter Stanyon, Chief Executive of the AEA, is undertaking the investigation and has already been provided with detailed background information by the council, the Yorkshire Coast BID Company and representatives of BID levy payers.  

In the interests of transparency and completeness, prior to completing the draft of his report, Peter is interested in receiving written comments from any parties affected by the BID.

Comments should be limited to the scope of the investigation, that is, the role of Scarborough Borough Council in carrying out the actual ballot, and should be submitted by email to peter.stanyon@aea-elections.co.uk by 12pm (noon), Friday 31 January.  

Emails should clearly indicate the interest the person making the submission has in relation to the BID and whether they are commenting as an individual or on behalf of a group.


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