Member Since: 2nd Jun 2016
6th Oct 2017
Employers really do need to look at the above from Vince54 to modify the article. A ULEV is one where CO2 emissions are less than 75g/km (i.e. up to 74) However, for OpRA, it is one where CO2 emissions are 75g/km or less (up to and including 75).
I still fail to see why there is a need for a 'concession' when employers are payrolling benefits if the legislation is not there in the first place. If it's not in legislation, there is no basis for it to happen (in my opinion).
2nd Jun 2016
It will include public sector. The Government announced in October 2015 that the GPR will be extended and public sector employers will be bought into the definition of 'relevant'. For completeness, the article needs to cover Northern Ireland and the GPR that will come to that part of the UK (which will be different from that which applies in Great Britain).