Better Business for All is all about removing the regulatory barriers to growth - and raising the economic competitiveness of Leicestershire
It's a local partnership between businesses and regulators
Compliance with regulations can help your business:
- provide a high and competitive standard of product that customers trust
- help guard your business against liability
- highlight any inefficient use of resources.
Better Business for All provides your business with a simple, single point of access to free advice on business regulations from those best placed to support you - the regulators themselves.
They can provide answers to queries relating to food safety, health and safety, pollution, waste, licensing, taxation, trading standards and fire safety - just call 0871 384 3185 or visit www.llep.org.uk/betterbusinessforall
Environmental Health is required to comply with a Regulators Code
Advice pack for start up businesses
Check out the advice pack from the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership.
It provides initial guidance on regulatory requirements for new and expanding businesses - and a push in the right direction for further help and advice.
Which organisations are involved?
The scheme is supported by us and the Local Better Regulation Office (LBRO) - plus:
- Leicestershire County Council (Trading Standards)
- Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service
- Leicestershire Chamber of Commerce
- Federation of Small Businesses
- Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS)
'Read What the Businesses Have to Say' (PDF Document, 0.14 Mb)
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) are members of the Better Business For All Business Focus Panel and they have produced sector specific start up guides for businesses.
We will answer your enquiry within 14 working days.
Call us: 0871 384 3185
(Monday to Thursday 9am to 5pm. Friday 9am to 4:30pm. Calls provided by BT will be charged at 8p per minute. Mobile and other providers charges will vary and are likely to cost more. All return calls from regulatory services are free.)
Last updated: Wed 29 October, 2014 @ 11:47