The MOT test will change on 20 May 2018, with new defect types, stricter rules for diesel car emissions, and some vehicles over 40 years old becoming exempt.
- Guidance: River Thames: current river conditions
- Transparency data: Migrants detected crossing the English Channel in small boats
- Notice: VolkerStevin Infrastructure Limited (NPS/WR/037282): application made to abstract water
- Supermarket essentials will no longer be linked to illegal deforestation
- Guidance: HMCTS weekly update
- UK fishing vessel licensing in external waters 2024
- Guidance: Bridging accommodation exit plans for resettled Afghans
- Transparency data: Home Office spending over £25,000: 2023
- Policy paper: Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill
- Statutory guidance: Reference Documents for The Customs Tariff (Preferential Trade Arrangements) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020
Three year regulatory review to pave the way for self-driving vehicles.
Councils across the country will benefit from a £40 million funding boost as part of a government drive to put more low emission buses on the roads.
Ministers write to local councils urging them to take up electric car charge-point funding.
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) examiners found 293 lorries fitted with emissions cheat devices at roadside checks between August and November 2017.
The 5th annual UK-China Energy Dialogue has taken place in Beijing
On average heat network customers pay less for their energy.
The UK has become one of the first nations to complete ratification of a landmark agreement to reduce emissions from appliances that play a major role in global warming
Wrightbus Ltd of Ballymena are a leading manufacturer of low emission buses.
Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill will mean more electric car chargepoints and enable insurance for driverless cars.
Every home and small business in Great Britain will be offered a smart meter by the end of 2020.
The UK’s first subsidy-free solar farm will be officially opened today (Tuesday 26 September) by Climate Change Minister Claire Perry.
Companies are urged to compete for up to £15 million of funding to develop technology to reduce harmful emissions from freight.
Climate Change Minister Claire Perry will discuss jobs, prosperity and the low carbon economy as Climate Week opens in New York.
Planes could take off from British airports using fuels made from rubbish that gets sent to landfill, under a new government scheme.
Bus users will benefit from cleaner and greener journeys with roll out of low emission buses in towns and cities across England and Wales.
New test for harmful emissions from car exhausts.
New test for harmful emissions from car exhausts.
Innovate UK will be among the exhibitors celebrating 10 years of the event and sharing what’s on the horizon.
New owner Macquarie has committed to the GIB’s target of leading £3 billion of investment in green energy projects over next 3 years.
Changes will allow drivers to drive heavier vans if powered by low emission technology.
A £20 million government investment will help develop electric vehicles capable of returning electricity to the grid.
From August 2017, roadside checks of lorries carried out by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will include emissions cheat devices.
UK businesses can benefit from a mix of government grants and private equity. See examples and an opportunity to access both simultaneously.
Twenty innovative companies have completed an entrepreneur mission to San Francisco to meet potential customers, partners and investors.
If you’re a UK business or research organisation you can apply for a share of £15 million to develop innovative infrastructure solutions.
New Government funding to help develop clean and efficient heating systems has been awarded to 13 local authorities across England, Climate Change and Industry Minister Nick Hurd announced today.
The Energy Secretary has reappointed Dr Martin Read as Chair of the Low Carbon Contracts Company and the Electricity Settlements Company.
Funding to accelerate the take up of hydrogen vehicles and infrastructure.
Self-driving car insurance and electric vehicle charge point measures introduced in Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill.
Reforms to the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) will be targeted at households struggling to pay their energy bills.
The Climate Change Risk Assessment will be followed by the National Adaptation Programme setting out how government addresses these risks.
Winners of £20 million funding in Low Emission Freight and Logistics Trial announced.
The Committee on Climate Change’s Adaptation Sub-Committee will have a new Chair from 1 February 2017
GLD lawyer Brian Ruddie led an international group of lawyers to secure an important deal to protect the environment.
Transport innovation grants opening for new bids.
Against the backdrop of international climate negotiations in Marrakesh, the Paris Agreement has been ratified by the UK.
Plans for more charging stations to encourage low emission vehicles.
Households across the UK could have their heating bills reduced, thanks to a new funding scheme announced by the government today.
Funding committed to low emission taxis and motorbikes, plus more chargepoints for workplaces and residential streets.
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital has won the Prime Minister’s Better Public Building award at this year’s British Construction Industry Awards.
The UK has agreed a huge aviation climate deal with 190 countries. Airlines will offset emissions aiming for carbon neutral growth from 2020.
Figures show record numbers of new ultra low emissions vehicles soaring.
The Secretary of State announces that the Oil and Gas Authority will receive new powers on 1 October
Plans have been revealed to improve road safety and give consumers a better service when they take their vehicle for its MOT.
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