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Winners have contributed to business growth as part of the Better Business for All programme
BRDO and NMRO brought together into a single BIS directorate from 1 April 2016.
Local regulators are building positive relationships with their business communities: they have great stories to tell about growth
Proposals to extend and simplify the scheme published.
Five-day masterclass offers regulators a unique opportunity to collaborate and engage with international experts
Winners have been announced of the Primary Authority Awards 2015, recognising the partnership work of businesses and local authorities.
Sajid Javid has used his first speech to outline plans to simplify and extend Primary Authority.
Matthew Hancock praises the work 3 business groups have done to make sure regulations work better for businesses.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Centre of Excellence for Technical Regulation announced.
Better enforcement of regulation is saving business more than £40 million every year.
The first Primary Authority inspection plans for gambling have received consent and are now in effect
Delivery of single online application process to involve BRDO.
Videos support businesses working with regulators through Better Business for All
An international conference, Inspection Reform: Breaking Down Barriers to Trade and Investment, will explore better ways to deliver regulation.
A grant from the Better Regulation Delivery Office will help explore how England's complex licensing system can be simplified.
The Awards are a showcase of work supporting business growth and regulatory compliance.
New legislation aids business and regulators.
The new Regulators’ Code, published by BRDO in July 2013, came into force on April 6th.
Good news for UK companies as simplifications to employment, planning and environmental regulations come into force today (6 April 2014).
Consultation invites businesses to help shape potential legislation to make regulators’ appeals and complaints processes more responsive.
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