To provide a cross-party forum for parliamentarians to promote the value of the retail sector in collaboration with industry, to explore policy trends, develop support for the sector, maintain dialogue with government and engage stakeholders.
Flexible and responsive energy retail markets - GOV.UK
Future energy retail market review - GOV.UK
Found: Future Energy Retail Market Re
Creating an agile retail market that captures system benefits
4. Industry-led Retail Sector Council launched to act as champion for future growth
07/03/2018 - Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
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Industry-led Retail Sector Council launched to act as champion for future growth - GOV.UK
As part of its investigation into the retail banking market, the Competition
1. Retail Strategy
10/07/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: has considered the development of a retail strategy for the future.It is an honour to serve under - Speech Link
2: Does she agree that, with online banking, online retail and edge-of-town and out-of-town shopping, the - Speech Link
3: transformation and that we need a vision for the future. Our strategy must do more than just deal with - Speech Link
2. Arcadia and Debenhams: Business Support and Job Retention
02/12/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: the detail, because it is a worrying time for the retail sector, particularly for those affected by the - Speech Link
2: should be put right through legislation in the future?Thirdly, on the workers at Debenhams and - Speech Link
3. The Future of the High Street
10/12/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: move,That this House has considered the future of the high street.There is no shying away - Speech Link
2: as evidenced all too clearly by the well-known retail chains—including Debenhams and Arcadia Group Ltd—that - Speech Link
3: announced in the spring that the business rates retail discount would be increased to 100% and expanded - Speech Link
4. High Streets and Town Centres in 2030
13/06/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: concluded that the days when the high street was 100% retail—for much of the 20th century, people went to their - Speech Link
5. Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) (No. 2) Bill
30/09/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: at 1 April 2023. By doing so, we can ensure that future business rates bills will better reflect the exceptional - Speech Link
2: that exercise we are considering the frequency of future revaluations. When deciding whether to have more - Speech Link
3: incredibly tough time. I am thinking in particular of retail businesses and a very challenging trading environment - Speech Link
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