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Rawlins Davy director Mark Kiteley has been appointed a director of the Poole BID.

The move comes just a few months after the firm opened an office in Poole Old Town, taking over Caro Taylor’s practice.

The Poole BID (Business Improvement District) plays a key role in the vibrancy of the town centre from the Quay to Lighthouse.

Backed by the local business community, it has invested significantly in a huge range of projects and events.

Mark said: “Having launched the new office earlier in the year, it seems a very appropriate time to become involved with the BID which has a key role in Poole’s prosperity.

“While there are significant challenges, there are also huge opportunities for Poole.”

BID Project Director, Steve Reilly, said: “This is a great boost for the BID itself and more importantly for the town.

“Mark brings great talent, a wide range of experience and a huge amount of enthusiasm and expertise in his field.

“That is vital as we tackle the challenges of coronavirus and the changing nature of our high streets and town centres.”

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