LBC Radio Interview Spectrum’s MD Lucian Ivan On Boris Johnson’s Plans For An Ultra Low Emission Zone

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Spectrum Window Cleaning’s managing director shared his views, on Boris Johnsons plans for an ultra low emission zone in London, with LBC Radio’s Susan Bookbinder live on radio. Discussed were the impacts on businesses trading in London and Lucian’s views on the opportunities that could be created.

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Lucian Ivan Managing Director of Spectrum Window Cleaning, One of London’s leading commercial window cleaning firms, was last week interviewed live-on air by LBC Radio by Susan Bookbinder, about his thoughts on London Mayor, Boris Johnson’s, plans to introduce legislation making London an Ultra Low Emission Zone by 2020, raising the possibility that motorcycles (and any other vehicle which are not zero/low-emission) could be shut out of the city.

The plans are likely to prove a challenge for many businesses, but Spectrum Window Cleaning are confident of the opportunity and the benefits.

The new plans to create an Ultra Low Emission Zone is likely to hit small businesses who regularly require frequent access to the Capital’s inner roads. With limited parking availability, high parking charges and over zealous parking wardens, working in Central London is already difficult.

The new proposed changes would make it even more difficult for many small businesses who service clients in the City. However, proposals by City Hall to prevent access to all non-green vehicles by 2020, could make it a bit easier for businesses who choose to run green vehicles.

The challenge for many would be tapping into the opportunity from the legislation because they are constrained by the capital investment required, in what many still see as an immature and expensive technology.

Lucian Ivan, However is not perturbed, he goes on to comment; “These proposed changes by Boris Johnson, are designed to make the Capital a cleaner, and better place to work and live for all concerned”. Lucian continues to add; “We believe in using the latest equipment and technology, and we feel it is important to keep ahead and this possible legislation will make us think about the investment of new green vehicles in future”.

The proposed changes by the Major of London, whilst hard for some, does also present a benefit and a solid business case for investment in new greener vehicle, which may allow businesses to make savings in both congestion charging fees incurred and petrol consumption by using hybrid vehicles.

Spectrum’s prominence in London for investment in technology is illustrated by LBC Radio’s interest. In addition, the expert use of technology has allowed them to be able to better serve their customers by being faster and cleaner, in particular via its specialist high rise abseiling services division. This innovation and dedication to the highest safety standards and customer satisfaction has seen Spectrum Window Cleaning gain increasing prominence in the London commercial window cleaning sector, in the London Media, and most importantly with customers after a number of notable contract wins.

For further information on carrying out high rise abseil window cleaning in London or to find out about Spectrum Window Cleaning’s range of complementary abseiling services please visit the website.

Notes to Editors

Spectrum Window Cleaning are a specialist London based commercial window cleaning company covering the full range of window cleaning services, ranging from high rise abseil window cleaning or access platforms to cleaning with the latest reach and wash systems, which can now reach windows up to 92ft.

For further information on carrying out high rise window cleaning in London, visit
http://www.spectrumwindowcleaning.co.uk.

For further information contact:

Lucian Ivan
Managing Director
Spectrum Window Cleaning
210 Meadowview Road
London SE6 3NH
UK
Tel: +44 (0) 20 3551 6206

Email: info(at)spectrumwindowcleaning(dot)co(dot)uk
Web: http://www.spectrumwindowcleaning.co.uk

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