North-east BID manager resigns after one month in job

Ken Duncan

The manager of a scheme set up to improve a North-east town centre has resigned after one month in the job.

Ken Duncan was brought in by Rediscover Peterhead to oversee the running of the town’s business improvement district (BID) after firms on the port’s high street voted to approve setting up a levy to carry out projects to increase footfall in the area.

The chairman of group John Pascoe confirmed that Mr Duncan had made the decision to walk away.

Mr Duncan, who had previously steered the Fraserburgh Development Trust and Peterhead Projects, had been unveiled as the manager in January.