Tag Archives: Hatton Garden BID

Hatton Garden launches first privilege scheme in 400 years

London’s historic diamond district, Hatton Garden, has launched its first privilege scheme in 400 years. Initiated by the Hatton Garden BID (Business Improvement District), the ‘Garden Card’ gives local employees, visitors and residents access to exclusive offers from the myriad businesses trading in Hatton Garden. Individuals can register for the Garden Card free of charge at www.hatton-garden.london and enjoy opening offers from Anglo

Hatton Garden BID puts spotlight on bridal at summer festival

The Hatton Garden BID is hosting a summer event to celebrate all things bridal jewellery. Taking place July 21-22 2017, the ‘Hatton Garden Festival’ offers consumers two days in the London jewellery quarter packed with entertainment, competitions, talks, workshops and, the big Diamond Hunt. Across the two days (Friday and Saturday), visitors will get to experience

Hatton Garden BID hopes to put London jewellery quarter on the map this Christmas with an exclusive gift guide

Hatton Garden BID has launched the area’s first-ever Christmas Gift Guide, showcasing an array of precious designs, bespoke pieces and luxury watches from more than 20 jewellery retailers and designers based in the histroic jewellery quarter. Created to promote Hatton Garden and its fine jewellery offer this Christmas, the Glittering Hatton Garden Gift Guide features


The Professional Jeweller Hot 100 Trailblazer’s category is an eclectic mix of entrepreneurs, inventors, educators and more. We say that these are people who collectively drive their businesses and the industry to greater things. We present, the Professional Jeweller Hot 100 Trailblazers: Michael Rawlinson, National Association of Jewellers Theo Fennell, Theo Fennell Michael Wainwright, Boodles

HOT 100 TRAILBLAZERS: Gary Williams, Director, Presman Mastermelt & Chairman, Hatton Garden BID

After two and a half years of dedication and determination to see Hatton Garden become a Business Improvement District (BID), and subsequently a world-renowned business and visitor destination, it’s time for Gary Williams to celebrate. Local eligible businesses voted overwhelmingly in favour of the proposals, and the area will assume its new BID status in

Hatton Garden Bid given green light

The businesses of Hatton Garden have voted overwhelmingly in favour of establishing a Business Improvement District to deliver ambitious improvements across the area in the coming years. 79% of businesses voted ‘yes’ at the ballot (83% by rateable value) firmly endorsing the £2.5 million investment plan set out earlier this year by the Hatton Garden

Victoria McKay explains why a BID will enhance Hatton Garden

London Diamond Bourse chief operating officer, Victoria McKay, shares her thoughts on the Hatton Garden BID with Professional Jeweller. In McKay’s own words… I hear many in ‘the Garden’ talking about the good old days and their concerns for the future. We’re seeing a great deal of change in Hatton Garden and feel strongly about the evolving landscape

Positive reception to Hatton Garden BID proposal

Last night’s (May 12) Hatton Garden Business Improvement District (BID) proposal welcomed attendees from businesses across the area, to detail plans for the £2.5 million proposed investment aiming to harness commercial opportunities across the historic jewellery quarter.  Addressing guests at the event, chairman of the Hatton Garden BID, Gary Williams, discussed plans to improve the area,

Hatton Garden BID plans to add shine to London’s historic jewellery quarter

A £2.5 million investment plan to champion Hatton Garden businesses will be published for the first time this week, with ambitions to enhance the area’s iconic status and harness commercial opportunities including Crossrail. The aim of the Business Improvement District (BID) is to see Hatton Garden grow as a world-renowned business and visitor destination through amplifying