Bath BID Rangers hit new heights

Looking back at the data for 2018, the Bath Business Improvement District (BID) has identified dramatic a rise in the number of jobs completed. The BID Rangers accomplished 2795 jobs in 2018, a significant increase of 113% from 1314 jobs in 2017 and the largest number on record. This was accomplished through team efficiencies, an additional employee and new regular weekend working for the responsive cleaning service. In addition, demand has risen for Ranger assistance as their reputation spreads.

As Waitrose Partner & Branch Manager Rob Waite comments; “The Ranger team standards are impeccable.”

As well as planned street deep cleans that help keep Bath fresh and welcoming, the team of four (Chris, Jenny, Alan and Cam) respond directly to requests from the 650+ city centre levy paying businesses that they serve. The Rangers are the first people that levy payers turn to for problem solving and they help with clearing up anti-social mess, jet washing, graffiti removal, plant watering, light maintenance and waste removal. No two ranger days are the same with the variety of tasks ranging from unblocking a toilet, removing wooden pallets, mending a door handle, extracting a stray pigeon and weeding a side passage.

The Bath BID Ranger Services Manager, Jon Raby, commented; “We pride ourselves on providing an excellent service, seven days a week to levy payers.”