Welcome to Hertfordshire Better Business for All
Here on these pages we talk you through the regulatory process
Better Business for All is Hertfordshire regulators’ response to reducing the burdens on business and aims to support growth by building stronger relationships between businesses, local regulators and other interested parties. The partnership, which has been endorsed by all of the county’s local authority leaders, was formed in 2013 and includes representatives from both public and private sector.
LEP Executive Director Neil Hayes said: "The Better Business for All Partnership is working to build trust between the private sector community and regulators. Our regulators have an important role to play in supporting economic growth and creating a level playing field in which business can flourish. This charter is a significant commitment to future collaboration which will ensure Hertfordshire remains perfectly placed for business."
Here you can find out more about this partnership and how we can help your business to grow; keep up with the campaign on twitter #BetterRegulation and follow @BbfaHerts.
BBfA are busy working on delivering initiatives that are designed to help bridge the gap between businesses and regulators. The chapters within this directory are designed to make everything about regulation easier to understand. We know that deciding to start a new business or extend an existing one is a big decision and we want to help make the steps that follow this decision easy by demystifying and untangling regulation.
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A charter has been agreed and signed by all of the representative within the BBfA partnership. The charter details the actions and responsibilities of Hertfordshire Regulatory Services and businesses within Hertfordshire.
The Hertfordshire BBfA Partnership has been shortlisted for two national awards. For more information click here.