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Breakout sessions have been introduced as a brand-new feature at this year’s annual BVRLA Fleet Technology Congress. The event, taking place on Thursday 5th July 2018 at the Williams F1 Centre in Oxfordshire, will feature three breakout sessions to allow delegates to delve deeper into the detail of a number of topical issues. These sessions...
Following a consultation earlier this year, London Mayor Sadiq Khan has unveiled his plans for an extended Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), which would encompass London boroughs up to both the North and South Circular roads. Source: BVRLA News feed Following a consultation earlier this year, London Mayor Sadiq Khan has unveiled his plans for an...
The Home Secretary has launched Government’s latest counter-terrorism strategy, confirming that it will allocate more counter-terrorism resources and increase intelligence-sharing to help with the early detection of terrorists. Source: BVRLA News feed The Home Secretary has launched Government’s latest counter-terrorism strategy, confirming that it will allocate more counter-terrorism resources and increase intelligence-sharing to help with the...
BVRLA shared the stage with the Transport Minister last month to debate the Future of Mobility, one of the four ‘Grand Challenges’ within the UK Industrial Strategy. The Industrial Strategy, published by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) in November 2017, highlights four ‘Grand Challenges’ which focus on the global trends that...
The Committee of Management welcomed Nina Bell as the new Vice-Chair of the association at last week’s AGM. Nina, who is replacing Simon Oliphant, will support current Chairman Matt Dyer for a year before taking up a two-year tenure as the association’s first ever female Chair. Nina has been a member of the Committee of...