Governance of the BID Company
Yorkshire Coast BID Ltd has been established as a private, not-for-profit company governed by a board of volunteer directors who represent independent, national and public sector operators.
All directors are asked to provide area and sector information and advice and are committed to the coastal objectives to promote, protect and support the entire Yorkshire Coast.
Where there are vacancies, any BID member can apply to join the BID board. When a formal application has been received for a vacant position, a vetting process will commence. Members will have the opportunity to vote on their prefered candidate where there are more applicants than vacancies.
You can apply to become a director by completing the application form here.
The Board meets monthly, and copies of board minutes are available online after they have been approved.
BID Board Chair
The chair was elected at the first meeting of the current board members in July 2019. Similar to board directors, the chair must be a financial contributor.
The chair can only cast a vote to break a tie.
BID Board Directors
All directors who apply to be on the board are vetted to ensure they are a member, have paid their levy within 3 months of the bills being issued, and act to represent their area and sector and agree to maintain the overall health of the BID company.
BID Board Voting Rights
The private sector directors share a protected 81% of voting power, with all public agencies capped at a share of 19%.
All directors must register any COI prior to each individual vote so their % can be redistributed to those that are able to participate within the vote.
If a director chooses to abstain in a vote, their voting % is allocated to those that are able to willing and able to.
Minutes only display the boards collective voting decisions so that individual directors are able to freely vote without external influence.
Board Authorisation Process
All applications, irrelevant of the financial amount is required to be reviewed and approved by the full board.
Where the BID team develop projects in-house and suppliers are required, a formal tender process will commence and a minimum of 3 quotes will be obtained.
In all instances suppliers within the BID geographical area will be invited to apply before extending the radius to Yorkshire and then national.
Tenders will be reviewed and assessed on:
- Quality and Reputation
Where projects are submitted for funding by external applicants, a requirement of funding is that local suppliers and BID businesses are provided with an opportunity to quote when applicable.
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Jayne Nendick, CEO of The Shores Centre
John Harding, Director of Great Yorkshire Radio
Ben Gilligan, Operations of East Yorkshire Motors
Mo Driffield, Manager of Marks and Spencers
Pete Gibson, General Manager of Cayton Bay Resorts
Michael Graham, North York Moors National Park
Karl Battersby, North Yorkshire County Council
Cllr Jane Evison, East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Richard Bradley, Scarborough Borough Council
How to join the BID Board
If you are a levy business or opt to become one voluntarily by making the equivalent financial contribution, you can nominate yourself for one of the following available positions:
- Whitby: Independent business owners only
- Filey: Independent business owners only
- Hornsea: Independent business owners only
- Bridlington: Independent business owner only
- Scarborough: Independent business owner only