BBBA is run by a Board (up to 10 members) of volunteer business people who are elected by the BID members each year at the Annual General Meeting. The Board is responsible for the day-to-day operations and overall financial direction of BBBA, and works with Browns Bay stakeholders towards making the town centre a great place to do business, shop, live, eat and play.
Funding for BBBA to operate is via a target levy paid by each commercial property located within the BID. Auckland Council collects the levy, which is then distributed to BBBA on a quarterly basis. Additional funding from other sources, such as Hibiscus & Bays Local Board grants, Four Winds Foundation and the Lion Foundation, may also be sought for events and community-focused projects.
BBBA is managed by a part-time Town Centre Manager under the guidance and instruction of the Board. The role is to implement Browns Bay’s Strategic Business Plan.
To be a vibrant, safe and community-orientated town centre that celebrates its beachside connection, whilst providing for the needs and wants of the local community, its visitors and the surrounding areas.
The Constitution contains the rules that the Browns Bay Business Association must follow whilst implementing its Strategic Plan.
Annual General Meetings
All businesses, landlords and other stakeholders in the Browns Bay Business Improvement District (BID) are welcome to attend the AGMs.
The next AGM will be held on 19 October 2021.
Please contact Town Centre Manager for information.
Monthly Executive Committee Meetings
Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 6.00pm, except in January. Stakeholders are welcome to attend and obtain minutes of the meetings.
Please contact Town Centre Manager if you wish to attend a meeting or request minutes.