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The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has published a report asking the government to do more on tackling emissions in the next decade.
As the general election campaign gets underway, the BVRLA has published its 2019 Manifesto outlining a seven-point plan for how the next Government can support the fleet sector.
As Parliament shuts for a five-week general election campaign, the BVRLA is calling for the next Government to back the fleet sector by confirming the long-term status of its plug-in vehicle grants.
Following a public consultation, Bristol City Council is considering an ambitious ‘hybrid plan’ which will incorporate both a charging Clean Air Zone and a diesel ban.
The Transport Secretary has written to local authorities urging them to take advantage of funding on offer to build the electric car charging infrastructure and increase local access to charge points.
Ahead of the expansion of the capital’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), the London Mayor has announced a new car scrappage scheme for Londoners on low incomes and those with disabilities.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid has launched a review that will determine how the UK ends its contribution to global warming.
Last week, the BVRLA published new data on its members’ green credentials, showing that vehicle rental and leasing members are leading the transition to cleaner transport.
The BVRLA has published new data on its members’ green credentials as it joined city leaders, global NGOs, government ministers and industry representatives at an International Air Quality Summit.
The BVRLA is leading a campaign to secure clarity from the Government on the future of the Plug-In Car and Van Grants, urging that any end to these grants should be gradual, taking a phased approach in order to allow the market and manufacturers to respond.
The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is chairing a newly created Cabinet Committee on Climate Change in a move to strengthen cross-departmental unity to tackle the issue.
The BVRLA is leading a campaign to secure clarity from the Government on the future of the Plug-in-Grant following Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps’ recent comment stating that the grant “will go eventually.”