Victoria Westminster and Whitehall are Business Improvement Districts formed to support businesses and economic growth, and to create a vibrant destination for those who work, visit or live in the area.

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The Area

  • The Victoria Westminster and Whitehall BIDs cover areas of national and political significance. The footprints include St James’s Park and Westminster Tube stations, Downing Street, Parliament Square, Horse Guards Parade and Wellington Barracks. The areas are home to many historic and cultural assets as well as a variety of established hotels and blue chip organisations.

News & Events

Hear from our partners

"I wholeheartedly support, and look forward to working with, Victoria Westminster and Whitehall. Since the setting up of VBID 7 years ago, the logic of extending the benefits of a BID to the occupiers and visitors to the east has become more and more apparent. "

Nigel Hughes MBE
Chairman,
Victoria Business Improvement District

"After being commissioned to establish the Partnership and implement the delivery of the Victoria Business Improvement District, I am delighted to be involved yet again in the creation of a new BID for the “Victoria Westminster” and "Whitehall" areas."

Ruth Duston OBE, OC
Chief Executive ,
Victoria Westminster BID

"The Victoria Westminster area is going through incredible growth and development – and we’re extremely pleased to be working with the Victoria Westminster Partnership in shaping the future of the area and of London as a whole."

David McNeill
Director of Public Affairs and Stakeholder Engagement,
Transport for London