The BSA has made its submission ahead of Budget 2021. The submission focusses on the following: project delivery; investment and green recovery; supporting businesses and VCSE organisations; and the levelling up agenda.
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Mark Fox, BSA Cheif Executive, wrote to the Chancellor Rishi Sunak to set out members’ priorities ahead of the 2020 Comprehensive Spending Review. The Submission focussed on project delivery; investment and green recovery; supporting business and VCSE organisations; and the levelling up agenda.
Following the BSA’s Budget letter to the Chancellor, a supplementary submission has been sent to HM Treasury regarding government pension policy.
The BSA has made its submission ahead of the Budget on 11th March 2020. The submission highlights public procurement reform and continued investment in the country’s physical and digital infrastructure.
The BSA has submitted its letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer ahead of the one-year Spending Round.
The Spending Round will be delivered on Wednesday 4 September 2019.
The BSA has published its Autumn Budget 2018 submission to the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Our submission focuses on three vital areas: supporting the business environment; the value of public service markets and procurement reform; infrastructure delivery and new public-private investment models.
The BSA has published its Autumn Budget submission to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, outlining the sector’s key priorities for the next year. The submission calls on the government to avoid adding additional costs to business, provide further clarity on Brexit, and address the long-term skills and productivity challenges of the economy through the Industrial Strategy, devolution and public service reform.
Government will publish its next Budget on Wednesday 22 November 2017.
The BSA has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer ahead of this year’s Autumn Statement, outlining the sectors’ contribution to the UK economy and the key role it can play in light of Brexit. Additionally the submission calls for HM Treasury to provide clarity and reassurances to business with regards to infrastructure, taxes, devolution and pensions.