Businesses on Mull, Iona and Ulva reject business improvement district

A proposal to establish a BID project on the Isle of Mull, Argyll, Scotland (http://www.mi-bid.co.uk/) was firmly rejected on the 21st March 2013.

Aggregate Rateable Value:  £1,934,440
Aggregate RV For the BID:  £859,075
Aggregate RV Against:      £729,370

Rateable Value turnout:      82%
Person turnout:              81%
Votes in total were cast    363
Total for the BID:          134 votes YES (36.95%)
Total against the BID        229 votes NO  (63.08%)

http://forargyll.com/2013/03/mull-says-a-big-no-to-bid/

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One Response to Businesses on Mull, Iona and Ulva reject business improvement district

  1. There is unrest in the Grassmarket, Edinburgh at the heavy handed demands for levy payments by Sheriff Officers… there is a campaign being started to end the Bid district zone here… voting mal practises and money being spent promoting Saturday markets at expense of levy payers….

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