Policy Chair for the Federation of Small Businesses in Wales, Ben Francis outlines the potential cross-border opportunities for businesses on either side of the Severn estuary once tolls to use the Crossings are scrapped later this year. FSB Wales was …
The UK government will abolish tolls on the Severn Crossings by 31 December 2018. Following the return of the Severn Crossings to public control on 8th January 2018, the tolls no longer included VAT, and so the rate of toll …
Dr Sarah Perkins, GW4 Director outlines how universities will be vital in driving forward the success of future cross-border collaboration.
Katherine Bennett OBE is a Senior Vice President of Airbus which has operations in Bristol, Newport and Broughton. She leads the company's external engagement and strategy in the UK.
Professor Dylan Jones-Evans OBE is Assistant Pro Vice-Chancellor with responsibility for enterprise at the University of South Wales and chair in entrepreneurship.
There was a lot of positive reaction from businesses and commuters on both sides of the border when it was announced that the tolls on the two Severn Crossings were finally coming to an end, and in particular from those based in South Wales.
At the end of 2018, the UK government will abolish tolls on the Severn Crossings creating the most natural economic growth corridor spanning Cardiff through Newport to Bristol. Here are some facts and figures about the iconic landmarks.
At the end of this year, the UK government will deliver on its promise to abolish the tolls on the Severn Crossings and deliver the biggest economic stimulus Wales has seen in decades.