Posted on 5th July 2017
If interested you should have a look at the details here of the visions, themes and discussions about economic strategy on the part of MSDC. You are invited to make comments about these details if you so wish …
The other document is too large to send out with this newsletter, but you can see that presentation or add your thoughts by contacting email@example.com or Gordon.firstname.lastname@example.org . These are issues which directly affect business in Mid Sussex. A small number of us went to the presentation two weeks ago and gave them our views and opinions.
Draft Vision and Priority Themes
“Mid Sussex: an attractive place for businesses and people to grow and succeed.”
The Priority Themes underpinning the Vision focus on places, premises, people and promotion:
"This association was started with a lot of effort from a few local businessmen and has proved to be a very powerful and useful tool for our business. The BHBPA has influence at the top level; when action is needed, the BHBPA gets it done. We are kept in touch with all that is happening on our doorstep and will often act because of what is published in the weekly emails / newsletters."
"“We have been members of BHBPA from its inception, and seen the organisation steadily grow and expand into the dynamic entity it is today, bringing positive benefits to all its members.""
""BHBPA is a really well organised and run group, great for networking and benefitting from knowledgeable local speakers with real business insight. Peter brings enthusiasm and humour which helps drive the association forward. I am glad to be part of it.""
"I am delighted to have a long-standing relationship with the BHBPA. Since its foundation the Association has gone from strength to strength and there is no doubt that it has brought huge benefits to its members and the business community as a whole through the partnerships it has formed with the local authorities, Sussex Police and local organisations. It is paramount that Burgess Hill businesses have an effective collective voice."