The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid, has announced he is planning to hold a Budget on Wednesday 6 November 2019.
Having just completed working the party conference circuit, Director of public affairs, Marc Woolfson, shared his views on what the various political announcements mean for the fleet sector in the latest BVRLA blog.
The BVRLA’s Rental Committee met last week and Brexit was at the top of their agenda with the impact on taking vehicles abroad and employing EU citizens being at the forefront of discussions.
Public affairs specialist Marc Woolfson shares some insights following the recent political Party Conference season
The BVRLA is delighted to announce that Honda UK will be the headline sponsor at this year’s Industry Outlook Conference joined by KeeResources and Locke Lord LLP as supporting sponsors.
BVRLA trainer, Chartered accountant and former Finance Director Mark Biggs invites members to join him at the next Finance Essentials for the Automotive Industry course.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced its intention to ban commission models where the amount received by the broker is linked to the interest rate that the customer pays and which the broker has the power to set or adjust.
The Transport Committee has announced intentions to start a national debate about road pricing which was last explored over a decade ago prior to the then Labour Government’s road pricing plans being abandoned.
The DVLA is reminding members of its Trailer Registration Service which has so far this year seen over 2900 customers using the system to register their trailers for international use.
In the Spring, Transport for London consulted on the final proposals for their Direct Vision Standard and Heavy Goods Vehicle Safety Permit scheme.
According to the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, the UK’s new light commercial vehicle (LCV) market declined by -23.5% last month.