New West End Company represents both property and occupier businesses in the West End, making it the UK’s largest retail-led BID.

We represent 74 streets and over 600 businesses including Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street.

For a full map of all our members, scroll down to the bottom of the page.

Occupier BID

New West End Company has retained the Occupier BID since 2005, representing the people and organisations behind the world’s largest retail and leisure destination for over a decade.

In December 2017 New West End Company renewed the Occupier BID for 2018 – 2021 as 92% of respondents to the ballot voted in favour of our business proposals. View these on the dedicated page.

With the renewal, we also extended our BID area to cover 74 streets in the West End. To view the list of streets click here.

To view the businesses within our Occupier BID area click here or explore the map below.

View our baseline agreement and operating agreement by clicking the links.

Property Owner BID

In December 2015, New West End Company became one of the first UK Property Owner BIDs, winning a resounding 96% YES votes at the ballot.

Our £16 million five-year plan aims to increase the area’s property values, create a more attractive location for occupiers and improve the urban environment in the West End.

To view our Property BID business plan click here.

To view the property companies within our Property BID area click here.

View our baseline agreement and operating agreement by clicking the links.

What is a BID?

A Business Improvement District (BID) is a geographical area in which the local businesses have voted to invest together to improve their local trading environment.

BIDs provide additional or improved services, identified by the local businesses, to enhance the performance of businesses in the district. This could include extra marketing, safety, cleaning or environmental measures.

BIDs are business-led organisations. They are funded by a mandatory levy, added to the business rate, on all eligible businesses after a successful ballot.

To find out more about BIDs, visit the British BIDS website here.