One Linlithgow is funded by a BID levy paid by all businesses in the BID area. Together with external funding from grants and other sources, One Linlithgow aims to deliver projects and initiatives outlined in its Business Plan. During the BID term, additional projects may be introduced, for example, PPE provision during the pandemic, and contributions to community initiatives. Other forms of support are also available such as training and workshops.
One Linlithgow is eager to enhance communications with our BID members and will be introducing networking sessions and 1-2-1 support meetings to complement the monthly BID newsletter
Grants and Funding
One Linlithgow and West Lothian Council may be able to offer grants to help improve your business premises or shop fronts.
Training and Workshops
One Linlithgow is looking to launch a new Training & Workshops calendar offering free courses to BID members covering anything from cyber security to personal safety.
Watch this space
View Scottish Government coronavirus guidance for businesses and how you can get hand sanitiser top-ups from One Linlithgow
Resources - Business Gateway
Business Gateway is delivered by local authorities. They also have strong partnerships with a wide variety of organisations to help deliver the best advice and support to Scottish businesses. They offer a range of professional resources, support and tools to help you learn new skills, create new opportunities and develop sustainable strategies for growth.