• Brachers partner Alexandra Gordon has been appointed as a Director for the Canterbury Business Improvement District (BID), representing the business and professional services sector.

    A year after Brachers opened its office in the city, Alexandra has reinforced her commitment to the area and the local business community through her successful application to join the BID, which focuses on ensuring continued investment into Canterbury city centre.

    Alexandra is an active supporter of local charities, particularly those working with the vulnerable and is committed to ensuring the BID strategies are supportive of those less fortunate in the city. She will sit on the Board until 2024.

    “I am so happy to be joining the Board of Directors for the Canterbury BID,” Alex said. “I live and work in the city so I’m passionate about ensuring it continues to thrive, both as a successful business community and as a safe and enjoyable place for people to visit and enjoy. I’m looking forward to helping the BID deliver its objectives over the next few years.”

    Lee May, partner at Brachers and Head of the Canterbury office, said: “Huge congratulations to Alexandra on her Board appointment. Alongside her professional abilities, Alexandra has a naturally proactive and can-do attitude which we know will be of huge value in her role as part of the BID.”

    A BID is a business-led and funded body created to improve a defined commercial area, such as Canterbury city centre. The benefits of a BID are wide ranging, including giving businesses the autonomy to decide what they want in their area and ensuring they have a voice in issues affecting their trading area.

    Visit the Canterbury BID website for more information.

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