Relaxed curfews could save

Retailers could save around £30 million a year if delivery curfews are relaxed, according to a survey by the British Retail Consortium. The study, published this week, found that 32 per cent of shopping outlets are affected by curfews, with 31 per cent of these affected by planning policy and 25 per cent by noise abatement and environmental regulations. The report authors call for a more flexible and common sense approach to delivery times. Delivery Curfews is available from the consortium (tel) 020 7854 8900.

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