The latter Peter refers to a scheme TS have started which was discussed a
while back, called "Buy with confidence". The scheme covers firms that have
paid the fee and satisfied a range of criteria to do with business probity.
There is no consideration of the quality of work.
I corresponded with Trading Standards and told them about the AAAC. As it
happens it was Hampshire TS that started the thing.
Quoting Peter Thurman <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Today, I have come across some advertising literature from a tree work
company (that I have absolutely no knowledge of) who describe themselves
"NPTC Approved" and "Trading Standards Approved"
Can anyone tell me what this means/involves?
Two English heroes come together in Nottingham on
April 20, which sees St George celebrations and the last day
of the Robin Hood Up Close exhibition at Nottingham
Castle - see www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/st_georges_day_celebration
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