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The BVRLA has responded to the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS)’s consultation looking at the Draft Vertical Agreements Block Exemption Order.
Over eighty members joined the BVRLA’s first Residual Value and Remarketing (RVR) Forum of 2022 last week.
HM Treasury has consulted on its third phase of the Future Regulatory Framework (FRF) Review, which looks at the post-EU regulatory approach for the financial services sector.
There is still time for Members to subscribe to the latest Residual Value and Remarketing (RVR) Forum, taking place this Thursday (10 February) from 10am.
The government has published ‘The Benefits of Brexit – How the UK is taking advantage of leaving the EU’, a document designed to outline how the country has made the most of opportunities presented since the EU Exit two years ago.
Professor David Bailey will give a high-level academic view on the motor industry over the next 12 months, including his thoughts on what could disrupt the market, at the upcoming digital Residual Value and Remarketing (RVR) Forum on the 10 February.
The Cabinet Office has issued a final reminder to hauliers ahead of the changes to the Goods Vehicle Moving Service (GVMS) coming into effect from 1 January 2022.
At the end of another year full of ups and downs, chief executive Gerry Keaney writes a BVRLA blog to highlight some of the key barriers the association has overcome, while also looking ahead to the challenges to be faced by the industry in 2022.
The UK is progressing with plans to introduce an operators’ licence regime for vans going abroad, including those taken between Northern and Southern Ireland.
The UK Government has issued a number of updates relating to travel between the UK and EU, spanning haulier registrations, and the movement of goods and people.
The BVRLA Business Impact survey provides a view on the current issues affecting the Fleet Leasing and Vehicle Rental sectors in the UK. The BVRLA's findings from research conducted with industry decision makers delivers insight for members and support for the association's own policy work.
The BVRLA’s last Business Impact Survey, conducted in May, provided valuable insights into the challenges faced by the vehicle rental and leasing industry whilst navigating the challenges of early 2021.