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Past events

Discussing Leicester Transport Plan and Workplace Parking Levy

Note: This event has expired.

You can view a copy of the slides here or read LBV’s response here

Leicestershire Business Voice (LBV) members will get an opportunity to hear presentations and discuss the current Draft Leicester Transport Plan at an exclusive online event, hosted by Leicester City Council and supported by LBV, the Federation of Small Businesses and East Midlands Chamber.


Free LBV webinar: Research & Innovation Goldmines on our Doorstep

When: 12-1pm
Where: Online

Note: this session has now taken place. You can listen back to a recording or view a copy of the presentation here

From 12-1pm on Friday 10 September 2021 with University of Leicester, Loughborough University and De Montfort University. (more…)

Transport Connectivity of Leicester

When: Friday 11 June, 12:00-13:00
Where: Online

Please note: this meeting has now taken place. You can view a recording of the webinar or download a copy of the presentation.

Useful links:

Local sustainable travel resources including journey planner

Support for businesses based in Leicester

Support for businesses based in Leicestershire

Santander Cycles Leicester

New Flexi train season ticket

Leicester and potential Workplace Parking Levy

Transport connectivity of Leicester – historically, not great. So what does the future look like?

Businesses rely on good transport connectivity. Historically Leicester has suffered from traffic congestion and we now see traffic levels returning to pre-pandemic levels. As well as constraining the efficiency of business, it is contributing to climate change and poor air quality.


The Business of Sport

When: 12-1pm
Where: Webinar

Discussing ‘The Business of Sport’ at April LBV webinar

‘The State of the Economy: an update from the Bank of England’

When: 12-1pm, 25 March 2021
Where: Webinar

As we move into 2021, the UK economy is facing unprecedented challenges. Reflecting on this, Rosie will talk about the Bank of England’s projections for the next 2-3 years and the implications for monetary policy.


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