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Birmingham City Council’s Transport Plan 2031 could see private cars banned from journeys across the city centre in the next decade under plans to cut pollution.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Bank of England recently outlined their plans to develop their data and analytics capabilities.
The BVRLA will be exhibiting at Fleet World’s Great British Fleet Event, taking place on 30 January 2020 at Novotel London West, Hammersmith.
The BVRLA has developed a bespoke Counter-Terrorism Awareness training resource tailored specifically for those operating in the daily rental of cars and vans.
Minister of State for the Future of Transport, George Freeman has written to BVRLA, acknowledging the importance of our industry and welcoming the association’s recommendations for how government can support fleets to drive the transition to electric vehicles.
The BVRLA has restructured its senior management team, with two of its long-serving members of staff taking on new director-level responsibilities.
The BVRLA has written on behalf of the rental sector to the Chief Coroner of the London Bridge and Borough Market inquest, following the terrorist attack where rental vehicles were used as weapons.
Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council have published draft proposals for the UK’s first city centre Zero Emission Zone to be operational from December 2020.
The Information Commissioner’s Officer (ICO) is producing a direct marketing code of practice which is now out for public consultation.
Commercial vehicle operators are encouraged to attend the BVRLA’s free one-hour commercial vehicle webinar from 2pm on Monday 27 January.
According to the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, 2019 new car registrations fell for the third consecutive year by -2.4% to 2.3 million units.
The BVRLA’s government-approved Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) service handled more cases than ever before during 2019 handling 2,351 cases, up 21% year-on-year.