Year book 2004: British Retail Consortium

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The Stationery Office, 2003 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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The British Retail Consortium represents UK retailers of all sizes and sectors, and seeks to promote wider understanding of the industrys contribution to the UK economy. This yearbook provides information on the organisation, membership and activities, with a directory of membership. It also contains an overview of the retail trade and the economy, and different perspectives on retail are provided by regulators, government and other interested parties. Particular focus is on the food sector, planning and regeneration, waste management, and retailing in Scotland. The BRCs policy advisory groups also present reports on elements of their areas of interest.

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BRC Director Generals Overview 3
BRC Annual Review
Events Calendar 17
Perspectives on regulating the high street
John Vickers Chairman Office of Fair Trad i ng 51
Gerry Sutcliffe MP Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for 63
Perspectives on planning and regeneration
Perspectives on waste management
Corporate Social Responsibility Policy Advisory Group 148
Employment Policy Advisory Group 157
Environment Policy Advisory Group 170
Euro Policy Advisory Group 188
Property Policy Advisory Group 200
Risk and Safety Policy Advisory Group 232
Tax Policy Advisory Group 242
Transport Policy Advisory Group 252

Jennie Price Chief Executive Waste Resources Action 101
The Rt Hon Paul Boateng MP Chief Secretary to the Treasury 10 7
Stephen Timms MP Minister of State for eCommerce and Competitiveness 113
Anna Diamontopoulou Commissioner European Commission 121
Jeremy Peat and Margaret Holligan Group Economics Office Royal Bank of Scotland 127
Retail Crime 264
BRC Brussels 280
Scottish Retail Consortium 290
Skillsmart 297

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