From late May to early July 2022, eligible business owners in Stirling voted on a proposal to renew the city centre’s Business Improvement District.
Voting on the renewal closed at 5pm on 7 July 2022, and the results of the ballot were as follows.
Summary of the ballot results
|Number of eligible business premises||433|
|Aggregate rateable value of relevant properties||£23,484,650|
|Number of votes cast, excluding rejected ballot papers||194|
|Votes in favour of renewing the Business Improvement District||153|
|Votes against renewing the Business Improvement District||41|
|Rejected ballot papers||2|
|Aggregate rateable value of properties that voted, excluding rejected ballots||£12,850,900|
|Aggregate rateable value of properties that voted in favour||£10,049,600|
|Aggregate rateable value of properties that voted against||£2,801,300|
|Turnout based on eligibility to vote||37.78%|
|Turnout based on rateable value||54.96%|
The proposal to renew the Business Improvement District was therefore approved.
Full ballot results
You can read the full and official results of the ballot in the Election Centre's report.