In early April we saw the launch of the Recovery Loan Scheme, designed to financially support UK businesses in accessing asset finance, aiding recovery and growth in the midst of the pandemic. There’s still plenty of time to take advantage of the scheme, which will be running till December, subject to review. Providing it’s for legitimate business purposes, the loan can be used for a range of growth enhancing reasons, from supporting cashflow to investment or finance. How does the RLS work? It works by allowing businesses to access products with better termsSEE DETAILS ...
With everything that’s been going on recently it almost slipped our minds that today is CAVA’s 10th Birthday! That’s a whole decade of helping businesses obtain finance for vehicle and asset purchases and an impressive 38 years of experience in the industry from Mike Bailey. Whilst the past year has been a strange one, with ups and downs for a lot of the sectors CAVA Finance serves, we have continuously stood by the traditional CAVA method of a personal approach to provide our competitive, bespoke services. We’d like to thank our loyal clientsSEE DETAILS
Covid 19 has certainly impacted the motor industry as a whole, with some sectors which rely heavily on vehicle use suffering more than others. CAVA Finance has seen first-hand the detrimental impact this has had, in particular on the private hire industry. With coach, minibus and taxi firms seeing disruption to their usual service levels due to lack of holiday travel, events and commuters. We were intrigued to see if any other areas in which CAVA Finance supports, have had a different experience throughout the last year and so have exploredSEE DETAILS
It’s no secret that outside of his hard work, Mike drives a good game of golf. With courses once again opening up, he was one of the first out on the green at his local club as it re-opened on the 29th of March. It’s been a couple of weeks and he’s well and truly back into the swing of things! During the first lockdown you might remember that Mike had been taking some coaching lessons at Golf Rossendale Driving Academy in a bid to get his handicap down to 18. With restrictionsSEE DETAILS
Last week the European Public Health Alliance voiced its concerns over vehicles producing toxic air levels. This comes at a time when the first city outside of London recently introduced a congestion zone. On the 15th of March, Bath became the first city outside of the Capital to begin charging high polluting commercial vehicles for travel within the city centre. However, the EPHA is calling for cities across the UK to place tighter restrictions and bans for the worst offenders, in a bid to clamp down hard on the highest pollutingSEE DETAILS