Eleven new Disc systems…
We’re delighted to announce another eleven new Disc systems in BIDs and business crime reduction schemes around the UK, and a new customer for our Disc Administration Service.
In Leicestershire we welcome Ashby de la Zouche and Melton Mowbray BIDs who join Leicester City Watch, Highcross Shopping Centre and Hinkley BID to make up a total of five Disc customers across the county. And Hinckley, previously a user of Disc to support its night-time economy, has signed up for a second Disc system to help reduce retail-related crime in its day-time economy too.
Another existing customer – Peterborough BID – has invested in a second Disc system to support its nighttime economy alongside its existing Disc system currently supporting its retail levy-payers.
In addition to these, existing customers Kings Lynn, Falmouth, Penzance and Worcester BIDs have all signed up for second Disc systems, in each case to support their respective nighttime economies.
In Warwickshire, we welcome Rubery & Redditch Shopwatch who have signed up for a Disc ‘SC’ system to support a new business crime reduction scheme in Rubery and, in time, other such schemes across the area.
Staying in the nighttime economy, we’re delighted that Night Time Economy Solutions (NTES) has selected Disc as its crime reduction platform in Bruce Grove in the London borough of Tottenham.
We’re also delighted to confirm that Horsham District Council in West Sussex has taken a Disc ‘SC’ system to support business crime reduction across the area. Horsham has also chosen our Disc Administration Service (DAS) to manage the day-to-day running of its Disc system. Hinkley BID is also using DAS to look after its new daytime Disc system.