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14 Aug 2020 | 1 comment

Cycling UK have launched a new campaign- Pumped Up- to celebrate the joy of the bike across our towns, cities and countryside and reminding people about the fun and freedom that cycling...

13 Aug 2020

Comment from Karen Dear, Director of Operations at the CBA (Craft Bakers Association) on how Shop Local Week could benefit local bakery businesses

12 Aug 2020

Use these tips to promote your involvement with Local Bike Shop Day to increase the cumulative impact!

12 Aug 2020

With a month to go until entries close in the search to find Britain's Best Small Shop of 2020 Maybe*, which has been named as partner of this year's competition, has found that independent...

11 Aug 2020

The Government has begun Shop Local Week, seven days of concentrated activity encouraging shoppers to return to their local high street and shop safely.

6 Aug 2020

Increased scrutiny is being placed upon the UK's growing use of Buy Now Pay Later services

5 Aug 2020

The free ActSmart subscription offer was taken up by a large number of businesses across the UK, helping to raise hundreds of pounds for a great cause

5 Aug 2020

The brands currently bossing customer experience and the six key pillars to drive your business in the right direction

5 Aug 2020

Organisers say Local Bike Shop Day provides a perfect vehicle for cycle shops to encourage local residents to resurrect their own as well as their children's bikes, or upgrade or buy new if...

4 Aug 2020 | 1 comment

The Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme is funded by the Scottish Government and delivered through Cycling UK and participating retailers to provide free bike repair and maintenance workup to a...

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HM Treasury fundamental review of business rates: call for evidence

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News , Political News

This call for evidence seeks views on how the business rates system currently works, issues to be addressed, ideas for change and a number of alternative taxes.

The government committed to conduct a fundamental review of business rates and published the terms of reference for the review at the Spring Budget.

This call for evidence seeks views on how the business rates system currently works, issues to be addressed, ideas for change and a number of alternative taxes.

The government is aware that many businesses and stakeholders may need extra time to engage fully with all of the issues in the call for evidence and so is seeking responses in two phases. We welcome views on the multiplier and reliefs sections, by 18 September, to inform an interim report in the Autumn. Responses on all other sections are invited by 31 October, ahead of the review's conclusion in Spring 2021.

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