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Invite your MP and councillors to your stores, says ACS chief executive James Lowman.
The No vote in the Scottish referendum heralds a new wave of changes across the UK, says ACS chief executive James Lowman.
The ACS will fight proposals to restrict the number of alcohol licences in an area, says James Lowman.
ACS chief executive James Lowman urges the Department of Health to look at the real evidence when comes to assessing the impact of plain packaging.
The overall message of a new ACS report is simple - people want diversity on their high streets, says chief executive James Lowman.
Mandatory plastic bag charges is one piece of regulation which the ACS is fully supportive of, says chief executive James Lowman.
Convenience store owners are no better placed to deal with energy companies than domestic consumers, says ACS chief executive James Lowman.
An Ipswich scheme to tackle street drinking has been a success, but clarity is needed to ensure such schemes are rolled out effectively elsewhere, James Lowman argues.
The Chancellor’s Budget will hold more interest than usual for retailers this year, says James Lowman.
The ACS is stepping up its campaign to tackle alcohol duty fraud.
The Autumn Financial Statement has become one of the most important days in the political calendar, says James Lowman.
The rates system is broken and the onus is on George Osborne to fix it, says ACS chief executive James Lowman.
Maintaining a town centre first planning policy is vital for our high streets, argues James Lowman.
Retailers need to take a common sense approach to displaying lads mags in their store.
ACS is lobbying MPs on the Anti-Social Behaviour Bill, but retailers concerned about recent developments need to focus on local engagement too, says James Lowman.
It’s a shame the government has undermined positive measures in the Anti-Social Behaviour Bill by introducing a last-minute clause, says James Lowman.
The ACS gives evidence to MPs on the challenges facing the industry.
Effective engagement is the key to facing the challenges ahead, says ACS chief executive James Lowman.
Retailers and other communities stakeholders have to step up and make themselves heard on crime and other issues like neighbourhood planning, says ACS chief executive James Lowman.
The government’s recognition that local shops should be given more protection is a step forward and welcome reward for all of you, says ACS chief executive James Lowman.
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