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Month: May 2020

May 29
Free Social Distancing Signage For BID Members

Newry BID have invested in some Social Distancing signage (limited stock) and are distributing this for FREE to members to facilitate reopening. If you would like to avail of some free signage please email: eamonn@newry.com for details.

May 27
COMPETITION TIME

COMPETITION TIME As we move towards reopening, the BID has decided to run a competition and we want to know your views as to how best we can make Newry ready and welcoming for you in the new norm. The winner will receive a £100 Voucher from a Newry BID member business of your choice. […]

May 25
Getting Your Business Ready The Essentials

See the summary template for getting your business ready. Please note that this is not exhaustive and will need to be reviewed as circumstances change. The BID is investing in some Social Distancing signage (limited stock) and will shortly be able to distribute this for FREE to members. Information to follow soon.

May 19
BID Delighted To Welcome Extended Rates Holiday After Successful Lobbying

Newry BID is delighted to welcome the announcement by our local representative Conor Murphy, Minister of Finance, this morning to: extend the rates holiday for ALL BUSINESSES by a further month until the end of July. Provide a targeted rates holiday until the end of the year for the under-pressure sectors including Retail (excluding medium to […]

May 13
JMK Solicitors’ ‘Call for Action’ – Press Release

JMK Solicitors’ ‘call for action’ to protect children involved in road traffic collisions successfully leads to proposed legislative intervention. Since 2016, Northern Ireland’s Number 1 Personal Injury firm has been calling for action to ensure children’s rights are fully protected when making personal injury claims following road traffic collisions. The latest figures from the Compensation […]

May 01
What might restaurant summer reopening, Coronavirus permitting, look like?

With tentative dates emerging across Europe for restaurant re-opening from as early as May 15th in Austria we need to be thinking about how Newry can prepare for this here and outline the supports required to prevent further losses for the sector. Please see the Irish Times article (see below link) which is interesting about […]