Over the last seven years InStreatham has been behind many of the changes that have helped improve the look and feel of Streatham High Road and Streatham Hill. These projects help support our levy-paying businesses and aim to drive footfall into Streatham.
We deliver our projects under three main themes: Destination Streatham, Shop Streatham and Celebrate Streatham. Read our vision for Streatham.
Business support initiatives are available to members of the BID as part of our membership package
InStreatham offers a free recycling service with First Mile to BID levy payers
Since inception, we have consistently supported enhancements that help turn the area into an attractive destination
Streatham is rich with culture, proudly boasting 10 annual large events
We’ve carried out ongoing works to improve Streatham’s landscape
We offer training and support to our members and their employees
We hold bi-monthly networking events, free to attend, for businesses who are keen to meet with other like-minded professionals
A new free recruitment service for Streatham BID members in partnership with Get Set UK and three South Lambeth BIDs.
We aim to attract greater investment into Streatham and work hard to secure additional external funding to boost revenue
Our businesses have been offered access to free Reducing Food Waste workshops and free business recycling
We promote Streatham widely through area destination marketing in local media, London-wide and national media
With a partnership with Nationwide Utilities, businesses can save time, hassle and frustration of dealing with utilities
We introduced additional police officers in our first term, to patrol the High Road which resulted in shoplifting rates reducing by 20%
Shop In Streatham Magazine
The glossy ‘Shop In Streatham’ magazine reached 35,000 homes twice a year, with the concept of encouraging locals to shop locally
Mi Streatham App
Free app for businesses to promote themselves, events and offers to more than 500 local users
Streatham Street Manual
This practical guide proposed tangible projects that address the social, spatial and economic possibilities for Streatham high road
Art trail on a series of Streatham high road’s vacant shops designed to highlight the rich heritage of local Streatham personalities!
Public toilets with disabled & baby change facilities were made available just outside Gracefield Gardens, making shopping much more practical
We're always keen to promote Streatham businesses and provide business support where it's needed.
Find relevant links and numbers to report fly-tipping, ASB or grafitti.