Cater Business Park is a vibrant South Bristol location providing a base for a variety of businesses. It is a mixed ownership Park comprising both owner/occupier business units and tenant occupied business units and enjoys a high occupancy rate. It has the benefit of good organization, where businesses have an input into the future development of the Business Park. The Park is situated in a prominent position with good access links in an active regeneration area of the City of Bristol that has undergone significant public and private investment over a range of capital building/development projects, new schools, hospital, housing, leisure and business units, culminating in the opening of the South Bristol Link in January 2017.
Our Vision - Cater Business Park being recognized as a leading Business Park in South Bristol.
Bristol City Council "Securing the Future" project was started in 2001, a six year Government funded SRB programme of environmental improvements and security measures, with the employment of an Estate Manager kick started progress towards our Vision.
Business Improvement District (BID) Status Secured 2007 - Upon the conclusion of the BCC "Securing the Future" Project, companies voted to create Business Improvement District status for the Park which has been central to our Vision and maintaining the impetus of Park Improvements.
What the BID Programme Comprises - The BID Programme will run to April 2022 and continues to operate under the following four themes:
- Security and Crime Prevention
- Environmental Improvements
- Business Support and Park Promotion
- Park/BID Management
BID 3 Programme to 2022
The Park Board now look forward to consolidating work to date and looking to make further improvements.
Current news on the BID3 Programme is available here.
Cater Business Park Traders Group Ltd (by guarantee) - The BID3 Programme is managed by CBPTG Ltd a company registered on 1 October 2002 to provide an organizational structure for businesses on the Park to effectively assist Bristol City Council in the Government SRB Regeneration Project and at the conclusion of the Project to develop and manage the Business Improvement District and to continue the programme of Business Park improvements.
Board of Directors - The Company operates with an unpaid and committed Board of Directors who give their time to direct the Park BID3 Programme. The Directors are Owners, Directors or Managers of Park Businesses.
Jon Redish, Chairman, (Managing Director Bristol Upholstery); Alison Hatcher, Treasurer, Proprietor, AP Wholesale Supplies; Phil Pope (Past Chairman), Managing Director, Brissco Signs & Graphics Ltd; Paul Readings, Health & Safety, Manager, Massey Roofing & Cladding Ltd.
BID Programme Manager - The Board is supported by Mike Knight (far left), BID Programme Manager, who undertakes the detailed work of the BID Programme.