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The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid said in a recent interview with The Financial Times that there would be no regulatory alignment with the EU27 in a future trading relationship.
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 today written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to congratulate him on his electoral win and to reiterate why the vehicle rental and leasing industry is crucial to delivering the UK’s zero-emission goals.
The BVRLA has joined forces with over twenty automotive, environmental, EV charging and fleet organisations to call upon the next government to pledge their continued support for the Plug-in Car and Van Grants.
Embracing technology and the demand for more sustainable transport - the BVRLA’s new Industry Outlook 2020 report finds that the vehicle rental and leasing industry is already getting to grips with tomorrow’s fleet challenges.
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.
The Government has signed an agreement with the BVRLA, the UK trade body for the vehicle rental and leasing sector, to act as an approved partner to monitor and assess compliance against its Rental Vehicle Security Scheme.
Royal Mail, Centrica and British Telecom’s Openreach are amongst the list of new members to join the BVRLA taking the number of organisations in membership to over a thousand.
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 welcomes the Labour Party’s commitment to accelerating the uptake of electric vehicles and is particularly pleased to see the important role of fleets being acknowledged.
The BVRLA and colleagues from the fleet sector met with officials in Coventry last week to discuss future mobility options and plans to improve air quality. This follows a request from government for the city to take action to address illegally high levels of air pollution.
BVRLA responds to the UK100's calls for additional funding for those affected by Clean Air Zones by highlighting the need to support commercial vehicle operators.