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How to Vote Yes
24th October
You will receive a letter to confirm
the voter for your business.
14th November
All business will receive a voting pack
from the London Borough of Lambeth,
and will be able to vote by postal ballot.
12th December
Ballot Closes at 5pm.
2017 – 2022
If the result is positive Vauxhall One
will continue to work for you.
2022
Businesses can choose to renew
Vauxhall One based on our
performance.
Vauxhall One:
Renewal &
Extension
Proposal
2017-2022
Vote for Vauxhall One
in November 2016
Key Achievements
Improving Vauxhall
£1,000,000
Public Realm Investment
£150,000
Additional Greening
30%
Crime Reduction
854
Bikes Serviced
6
Road & Pedestrian Tunnels
Deep Cleaned
£150,000
Savings Made for Members
02
A message from
our Chair:
Since April 2012 Vauxhall One has been your Business
Improvement District.
Over the last five years we have achieved a phenomenal
amount. Together we have witnessed exciting changes in
the area. As you can see throughout this document, we have
achieved a great deal including, attaching £1,000,000 of
external investment to the area. We have provided £150,000
of extra greening, including relocating a gold-medal winning
Chelsea show garden to the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens. We
have also saved you another £150,000 in recycling charges.
Looking forward we have set our aims high; we will continue
to provide our services while focusing on several new
objectives. We want to transform the public realm to create
a stunning, welcoming and modern destination which does
justice to Vauxhall’s rich history as creative hotspot in the centre
of London. This would include the creation of an exciting new
high street and greatly improving the visual aspects of the rail
viaduct. Over the next five years the BID will build on Vauxhall’s
existing assets to develop a reputation as one of London’s
leading cultural destinations.
Ballot papers will be sent to you on the 14th November 2016
and you will have until 12th December 2016 to return them to
Lambeth Council. If you have any questions or would like to
meet with me to discuss our work, plans for the future or the
renewal ballot please do not hesitate to get in touch with me at
[email protected]
Aseem Sheikh
Chair of Vauxhall One
Director of Base
Associates
03
Cultural Destination
Vauxhall has a distinct character and identity, with over 200 years of
rich cultural history as an area of late-night entertainment and frivolity.
Modern Vauxhall is a buzzing LGBTQ+ hotspot of pubs, bars, clubs,
world class cabaret and more.
Over the next five years the BID will work to cement Vauxhall as one of
London’s leading cultural destinations, this will be achieved by:
Works
and Services
Provided
•
Increase interest in Vauxhall by
developing a reputation as a modern
London destination packed with a
vibrant cultural scene; including pubs,
clubs, LGBTQ+ venues and eateries,
as well as an appealing day-time offer
by building on the growing Vauxhall
Gallery District.
•
Coordinating a program of arts in
Vauxhall under the banner of ‘Viva
Vauxhall’, which will see Vauxhall One;
animate public spaces with artistic
happenings, use disused railway arches
as pop-up gallery spaces, commission
signage, art works and video pieces
that express the essence of Vauxhall
and establish new links with local arts
colleges and community groups.
•
Working in partnership with Lambeth
Council, Network Rail, developers and
land owners to ensure that existing local
businesses have an influence on the
new opportunities coming to Vauxhall.
As well as the tenants that will come to
populate the regenerated arch space
on Albert Embankment, Goding St. and
Miles St. With a focus on attracting an
exciting and eclectic mix of new gallery
space, eateries, amenities, creative
industries and high quality retail space.
Influencing public realm
The arrival of new developments, a re-worked
gyratory system and improved transport
interchange will all greatly benefit the area.
However this process will take time and
during the construction phases there is bound
to be some disturbance to everyday comings
and goings.
Throughout the next five years Vauxhall One
will ensure that local businesses are kept
informed of development works in the area,
as well as working to mitigate any related
disruptions caused while improvements to
the gyratory and transport hub are being
made.
04
Furthermore, the BID will continue to work
with partners such as Lambeth Council, TfL
and Network Rail to ensure that Vauxhall
has improved and safer pathways for
pedestrians, enhanced signage to local
businesses, better cycling provisions and
more green space to guarantee a friendly,
safe and welcoming environment for
employees, residents and visitors.
05
Safer
Safer: Our plans for the future
Since the inception of Vauxhall One, member
businesses have identified safety as a top
priority. Five years on the area enjoys an
improved crime rate and additional police
presence, however this is not an issue that we
plan to let up on and will continue to work on
as a top priority over the next five years.
After making significant positive changes over
the last five years, Vauxhall One will work to
make Vauxhall a safer place to live and work
by;
•
Providing better lighting across
Vauxhall, with a focus on pedestrian
tunnels and pathways.
•
Creating a safer, pleasant and
welcoming environment for employees
as they travel to and from work.
•
Providing solutions for businesses
suffering from anti-social behaviour
issues as well as support and advice
workshops on improving employee
safety.
•
Maintain the current level of policing and
current services as they encourage open
and connected community services,
which help to further reduce the levels
and fear of crime in our area.
Safer: Our work so far
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06
Funding two Met Police Officers that
are dedicated solely to the Vauxhall
area and lead ongoing operations to
tackle crime and especially night-time,
anti-social behaviour issues. Since the
introduction of the S92 officers crime
rates have fell as much as 30% compared
to previous years.
Winners of a prestigious Met Police,
Problem Orientated Partnership award.
The award recognised the hard work
and successful partnership of Vauxhall’s
Safer Transport & Safer Neighbourhood
Policing teams; the business funded
Section 92 Police Officers, TfL, Vauxhall’s
Business Crime Reduction Partnership,
Lambeth Council’s Licencing team and
Vauxhall One.
Pay for two additional monitored CCTV
cameras in central Vauxhall.
•
Have employed a dedicated team of
street wardens to patrol the central
Vauxhall area, contributing greatly
to a reduction in low level anti-social
behaviour.
•
Working to support the Business
Crime Reduction Partnership which
holds regular Friday night briefings for
all licensed venues to discuss issues
and concerns. As well as a system of
radios to link door staff, managers and
local police teams together for instant
information sharing and safety alerts.
•
Hold regular ‘Stay Safe in Vauxhall’
events, which brings together officers
from the local neighbourhood policing
teams, British transport police and
counter terrorism officers to meet with,
update and inform Vauxhall employees
on personal and business safety.
07
Greener
Our aim is to make Vauxhall a pleasant and
healthy place where people enjoy spending
time, working or traveling through. One of the
main ways we can do this by bringing as much
greenery and colour to our streets as possible.
Greener: Our work so far
•
•
08
Completed phases one and two of
the Greening Vauxhall Walk project
which has included re-locating the
award winning Hugo Bugg garden to
the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, creating
on-street rain gardens which double
as sustainable drains and help prevent
flooding.
Winning the Landscape Institute award
for ‘Adding Value through Landscape’
for the Greening Vauxhall Walk project.
The award celebrates individuals and
organisations whose vision leads the
way in creating innovative and dynamic
landscapes.
•
Introduced and maintain 115 beautiful
hanging baskets throughout the BID
area.
•
Installed the ‘Beating heart of Vauxhall’
green wall and light instillation on the
side of the iconic Royal Vauxhall Tavern.
•
Relocated the Barbara Hepworth
inspired pop-up garden from the lawn
of the Tate Britain to Newport St.
Greener: Our plans for the future
One of Vauxhall One’s biggest
achievements over the past five years
has been securing one million Pounds of
additional, external funding for projects
based in the area. Much of this is thanks
to one of the BID’s flagship projects, the
Greening of Vauxhall Walk. Over the next
five years Vauxhall One will;
•
Deliver stage three of the Greening
Vauxhall Walk project, which will
complete the green link from the
Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens northwards
to Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery.
•
Install additional green walls and street
level planting areas to maximise the
impact of new green space.
•
Work with the local community to
enhance Vauxhalls existing parks and
green spaces ensuring that they can be
enjoyed all.
•
Install new planters, flower pots and
baskets on Vauxhall rail station to help
improve people first impression of
entering the area.
09
Cleaner
We take pride in our area and understand that a well-maintained, clean
and tidy public realm is a strong reflection on the surrounding business
community. That’s why regular, additional street cleaning, graffiti
removal and litter picking is and will remain one of our key services.
Vauxhall One will also continue to supply deep clean jet-washing,
maintenance and re-painting of Vauxhall pedestrian tunnels.
Cleaner: Our plans for the future
Alongside running a free recycling service,
conducting weekly litter picks and graffiti
removal, Vauxhall One will make Vauxhall a
cleaner place by;
•
Carrying out major deep cleans of all
main pedestrian tunnels in Vauxhall.
•
Regular and on-going de-shrubbing
and cleansing of the brick work on the
railroad viaduct.
•
Regular jet washing of the central
Vauxhall area especially the transport
interchange.
•
Re-painting, cleaning and improving the
Kennington lane footbridge.
•
Continuing with weekly additional
street cleaning, litter picking and graffiti
removal.
Cleaner: Our work so far
•
Provide a free recycling service
available to all member businesses
which has saved £150,000 this BID term
and seen Vauxhall businesses save 141
Tonnes of waste from the landfill. In many
cases the savings from these services
are more than the BID levy itself.
•
Weekly additional street cleaning, litter
picking and graffiti removal on-top of
what is already provided by Lambeth
Council.
•
Deep cleaning, jet washing and repainting of five of Vauxhall busiest
tunnels including Vauxhall Station
pedestrian tunnel, Parry Street and South
Lambeth Place.
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Better
Better for Business
Better Together
The work of the BID doesn’t just focus on improving the
physical environment; Vauxhall One also has an economic
development focus, over the next five year term the BID
will work on:
It shouldn’t just be business that benefits from the growth
that Vauxhall faces over the next five years, but also the
local community. Vauxhall One will promote the coming
together of businesses and the community by:
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Vauxhall One will encourage new
entrepreneurs and start-ups to base
their businesses in Vauxhall, the core of
this program will be built on identifying
and leasing disused buildings. By using
these spaces to provide a work and
retail environment for young businesses
we can help to bring a new life and
energy into Vauxhall.
•
Facilitating and running pop-up events
including; cinemas, art instillations/
performances, exercise classes and
more.
•
Extending the offer of the Small Business
Club to include discounted training,
networking opportunities and further
subsidised waste collection.
Supporting and promoting the
development of a series of new markets
in Vauxhall, including vintage, arts,
crafters and Christmas markets. These
would bring weekend, daytime footfall
to the area and help create a full day out,
when paired with Vauxhall’s offering as a
gallery district.
•
Offering discounted training
opportunities for local employees.
•
Hosting a series of fun, innovative and
enjoyable networking events.
•
Offering, encouraging and facilitating
work experience placements,
apprenticeships and mentoring
opportunities for local school children
and young people with Vauxhall
businesses.
•
Working with member businesses to
support local social action causes and
charities, through Dragons Den and
speed dating style events.
•
Creating a centralised platform
(website) for corporate social
responsibly within the BID boundary.
Allowing Vauxhall One to facilitate
networking events that link both large
and small members businesses to local
community and charitable organisations,
fostering relationships between the two
and helping the community benefit from
their businesses neighbours.
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opportunity to take advantage of Vauxhall
One services, such as the free recycling
program. It would also mean that Vauxhall
One would be able to help improve these
areas by providing additional street
cleaning, litter picking and graffiti removal.
Finally, by extending the BID boundary and
welcoming new members, Vauxhall One
would have greater resources to put into
creating a safer, greener, cleaner, Vauxhall
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Indicative Vauxhall One
BID Budget 2017 - 2021
About the BID
What is a BID?
2017
2018
2019
2020
2021
£
£
£
£
£
INCOME 786,000
810,000
834,500
860,000
886,000
CLEANER VAUXHALL COSTS
179,000
184,500
190,500
196,500
202,500
SAFER VAUXHALL COSTS
112,000
115,500
119,000
123,000
127,000
DESTINATION VAUXHALL
190,000
196,000
202,000
208,500
215,000
BETTER FOR BUSINESS
42,000
43,500
45,000
46,500
48,000
BETTER TOGETHER
51,000
53,000
55,000
57,000
59,000
GREENER VAUXHALL
151,000
156,000
161,000
166,000
171,000
OTHER COST
15,000
15,500
16,000
16,500
17,000
740,000
764,000
788,500
814,000
839,500
46,000
46,000
46,000
46,000
46,500
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5%
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SURPLUS
Vauxhall One is the Business Improvement
District (BID) for Vauxhall.
BIDs are non-for-profit organisations owned,
funded and led by local businesses with the
aim of making the local area a better place to
do business.
Vauxhall One was approved at ballot on
24th February 2012 and became the 27th
BID in London. Since then it’s 200 or so
member businesses have generated around
£720,000pa through the BID levy.
This money has been put into projects and
services to help improve Vauxhall and
benefit local businesses. It has also helped
to attracted additional funding from external
sources such as TfL, Lambeth Council and the
Met Police.
Who do I talk to How can I
if I have any BID get more
levy questions? involved?
Can smaller
businesses
join?
For any questions about your levy payment
please contact Lambeth Council’s rates
helpline on 020 8315 225.
Businesses with a rateable value lower
than £20,000 don’t have to miss out. An
annual opt-in payment gives access to
benefits including free business recycling
and discounted training opportunities.
To date over 50 local businesses have been
involved in helping run Vauxhall One – as
members of the board or our theme groups.
There are other ways to get involved too;
•
Make sure your employees know about
our Vauxhall Perk discount scheme
•
Subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter
for the latest news and events
•
Sign up to our free waste recycling
service
•
Come along to one of our training or
networking events
Contact us
Vauxhall One
The Bedser Stand
Kia Oval
London
SE11 5SS
16
Main Line: 020 3179 2070
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Meet The Board
Chairperson:
Aseem Sheikh
(Base Associates)
Treasurer:
Faith Boardman
(Vauxhall City Farm)
Jason Dickie
(Royal Vauxhall Tavern)
Sharon Kelly
(Walker Books)
Phillipe Chiarella
(Orange Nation)
Michele Settle
(Comic Relief)
Cllr Jack Hopkins
(Lambeth Council)
Simon Wigzell
(CLS Holding)
Phil Anthony
(Co-Op Systems)
Philip Reicherstorfer
(Counter)
Roy Smith
(Met Police)
Richard Hulmes
(SAFed)
Aaron Groves:
Programme Manager
Daniel Adusei:
Digital Marketing
Apprentice
Meet The Team
Bernard Collier:
Chief Executive Officer
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Javier Flores:
Environmental Services
Manger
Luke Smith:
Communications and
Marketing Manager
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