Dorset county councillor Nigel Reed was unanimously re-elected President of Weymouth & Portland Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Tourism for a second term at the annual general meeting of The Chamber held at Banus 18 February, 2010.
Weymouth and Portland Borough Council, working with the county-wide Safer Communities Group is launching the After Dark project to create the first comprehensive approach to managing the town after dark. WPCC are represented on the Steering Group and would welcome input from members…
A Economic and Tourism Development Strategy sets out the visions and objectives WPBC plans to deliver over the next 5 years. A draft version of the Strategy has now been sent to local businesses, and is available online for public consultation until 17 March.
Ninety per cent of people randomly surveyed in Weymouth town centre by Weymouth College students in December will be returning to the town again.
“The Borough does its best to support businesses in Weymouth and Portland,” Mayor Anne Kenwood told members of Weymouth & Portland Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Tourism. “Let us go forward with hope and enthusiasm- long live Weymouth & Portland, long live the Chamber of Commerce.”
A record number of local businesspeople attended the February Business Breakfast, organised by Weymouth & Portland Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Tourism and sponsored by Lloyds TSB Bank.