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Business minister pledges red tape cut for 1,000 businesses

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Local authorities will deliver consistent regulatory advice to SMEs in order to help them avoid unnecessary bureaucracy.

Fallon said: “The government is waging war on red tape, and Primary Authority is successfully placing the needs of business at the heart of local regulation. We will continue to extend the scheme, enabling many more small enterprises to avoid unnecessary inspections and unwanted paperwork.

Under the scheme, businesses will be able to enter into a partnership agreement with a single local authority, either directly or through trade associations, franchises or other eleigible business groups.

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