Tag: Scottish Government
Many of Scotland’s retailers have been struggling to keep shelves filled this summer, amidst an availability squeeze that has affected a number of categories.
The increase in takeaway operations has driven a rise in the use of single-use items related to serving and eating food. These single-use items cannot be recycled and so end up as waste
A new campaign fronted by Crimestoppers Scotland, Fearless.org and the Scottish Grocers Federation (SGF), aims to raise awareness on how violence and abuse impact on retail staff
Retailers are set to benefit from 100% business rates relief to the end of the 2021/22 financial year
Preparations for deposit return are stepping up in Scotland, as the Scottish Government gathers stakeholders to set out a framework for exemptions
The Healthy Living Programme is rolling out a raft of new resources for retailers this autumn.
The Scottish Government has amended planning legislation to make it easier for retailers to install reverse vending machines (RVM).
The Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) has welcomed a commitment from the Scottish Government to work with the retail industry in a bid to improve...
The Scottish Government has announced it will delay the review of the Small Business Bonus Scheme (SBBS)
The Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) has called for the Scottish Government to take a more “coherent” public policy approach towards town centres
THE Scottish Government has put controversial plans to restrict in-store promotions on ice. Foods deemed high in fat, salt and sugar were in line for...
NEXT month’s business rates hike has been put on hold thanks to a package of measures aimed at reducing the impact of the coronavirus...
As more and more adult smokers make the switch, opportunities open up for convenience retailers
Retailers who have coffee machines in their store may soon have to charge customers who take a single-use cup.
Workplace parking charges will now be enforceable by law after the Scottish Parliament approved the Transport (Scotland) Bill.
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