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Better Bankside launches website

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Better Bankside, a local body working to make improvements to the area, this week unveiled its new website at an event held at the group's new office in the heart of Bankside.

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Representatives of Better Bankside and the other tenants of the Park Street offices

Better Bankside, along with other local groups including the Bankside Residents Forum, is now located at 185 Park Street – opposite the area's most famous landmark, Tate Modern.

Bankside Business Partnership, Bankside Marketing Group and the Bankside Traders Association (all represented on the Better Bankside board) have hot-desk facilities at the same address.

Peter Williams, Executive Director of Better Bankside, commented on the new office: "We are delighted to gain this opportunity to work much more closely with our partners in Bankside and to have a more established presence here. It will enable us to focus more closely on the area and its needs. We are very grateful for the support from Chelsfield in allowing us use of this space."

The new website includes information on Better Bankside projects, downloadable publications, an overview of Business Improvement Districts and an opportunity to comment on the area and Better Bankside's activities there. Visitors to the website can also register for regular updates on Bankside improvements.

Better Bankside is part of the Circle Initiative and is exploring the potential of the business improvement model which has been widely introduced in the US.

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