Government Policy

active Travel

Active travel to help the UK ‘emerge from...

May 11, 2020No Comments

The Government has outlined the key role active travel will play in the UK’s transition out of lockdown restrictions, backed by a new £2bn funding

Clean Air Zones

APPG launches inquiry into impact of Clean ...

Feb 19, 2020Comments off

Following the re-formation of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Road Freight and Logistics, the group is now calling for evidence in its first inquiry of

petrol & diesel

Transport Secretary says petrol & dies...

Feb 13, 2020Comments off

Following the breaking news that the UK’s Transport Secretary Grant Shapps thinks the  planned ban on sales of new petrol, diesel or hybrid cars could

chargepoints

Funding for on-street chargepoints doubled

Jan 22, 2020Comments off

Charging and driving an electric vehicle will be easier, cheaper and more convenient in the future, thanks to double the funding for more chargepoints on

What does Boris Johnson’s win mean for fl...

Jan 03, 2020Comments off

In December, the ruling Conservatives won an outright majority in the UK’s General Election – something they have not enjoyed since 2017. What’s more, this

Delivering sustainable road transport

Nov 08, 2019Comments off

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

Green number plates for electric vehicles

Oct 22, 2019Comments off

Following yesterday’s announcement that the government is to consult on whether zero-emission vehicles should have a recognisable, possibly green, number plate with the aim of

CAV

Government ‘working to enable advance...

Sep 09, 2019Comments off

A ‘pioneering’ new project will help ensure self-driving vehicles are safe and secure before future introduction on UK roads, the Government says. Unveiled on 4

Government doubles funding for on-street el...

Aug 12, 2019Comments off

Owning and charging an electric vehicle is set to become more convenient than ever thanks to an additional £2.5 million to fund the installation of

‘Quality must come first’ on EV...

Aug 02, 2019Comments off

In response to the government’s recent pledge to invest more cash into electric vehicle charging infrastructure, Bureau Veritas has stated that “quality must come first”

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