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NORWICH TAXI MARSHAL SCHEME
The CCP has been working with partners to introduce the first self funding taxi marshal scheme in the country
SHOPART! IMPACTS ON EMPTY SHOPS
The CCP have been working with City Council & Norwich Arts Centre on a project to reduce the impact of vacant shops on the Norwich streetscene
EARLY EVENING ECONOMY RESEARCH
The CCP has worked with partners to understand the reasons for the public not staying within the city centre between 5-9pm and what would make people want to stay in the city centre in that period
CCP ANNUAL REPORT 2010
The CCP has launched its annual report at the partnership AGM at Archant. The report highlights an active and successful 12 month period for the City Centre Partnership (CCP) in 2009 - 10.
CCP LAUNCHES "ALERT" THE NEW NORWICH BUSINESS CRIME INITIATIVE
Norwich CCP has officially launched ALERT - the Norwich business crime initiative, that provides instant access to a new digital radio and online information sharing system that helps businesses around Norwich monitor theft and anti-social behaviour
CCP MEMBERS TO BE CONSULTED ON NORWICH AREA TRANSPORT STRATEGY (NATS)
CCP Members are being consulted on the Norwich Area Transportation Strategy (NATS). The Strategy includes the Northern Distributor Road (NDR) and an associated package of improvements to public transport, walking and cycling.
CCP SHOP NORWICH PROJECT 2009
Norwich is a leading retail destination and Top 10 UK shopping destination. At the heart of the campaign is the flagship Norwich Visitor & Shopping Map - a partnership project between Norwich CCP, Norwich Attractions and Park & Ride
CCP HOLDS ITS SECOND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The CCP invited all its members to its second annual AGM and the launch of its new website and interactive member forum
CCP VACANT SHOP CAMPAIGN BRIGHTENS NORWICH'S CITY CENTRE STREETSCAPE
As the economic downturn affects our city centre street scene, Norwich CCP launches its new poster campaign to brighten up the empty shop frontages
HOW CAN THE CCP INVIGORATE THE EARLY EVENING IN NORWICH CITY CENTRE?
The CCP is working with the UEA to develop a new pilot to revitalise the city centre from 5pm to 9pm. What would make you stay in the city centre longer? Are we missing out on the continental coffee and restaurant culture?
"City Centre Management is critical in building successful city centres. Businesses recognise improving the quality of the public realm is synonymous with delivering a better, more popular and more profitable trading environment. Property owners know that a better trading environment enhances the status of town centres and the demand for property. Transport Providers find that more attractive, accessible town centres strengthen our most efficient transport hubs and increases demand for modern transport systems. In fact all stakeholders benefit from a buzzing city centre. City centre management is the key to getting joined up action."
MARTIN BLACKWELL, Development Director, Association of Town Centre Management