Consultations

BEIS: Industrial strategy

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has launched a green paper on how to provide targeted support to business sectors to stimulate economic growth and business investment. The Strategy is underpinned by 10 pillars for growth, including; developing skills; upgrading infrastructure; and creating the right institutions to bring together sectors and places.

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Regulatory Delivery: Primary Authority

This consultation includes a draft statutory instrument containing the details needed to effect the changes to simplify and extend Primary Authority partnerships as outlined in the Enterprise Act 2016. It also outlines proposals to replace the ‘categories’ system which determines the scope of partnerships and underpins the current administration of Primary Authority.

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Scottish Government: Planning System

The Scottish Government is running a consultation on measures to form the basis of a Planning Bill in the 2017-18 session. The consultation proposes to strengthen local development plans, improve stakeholder engagement in planning and introduce powers for a new local levy to raise additional finance for infrastructure.

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MOJ: Reviewing fees for employment tribunals

The Ministry of Justice is consulting on the impact of fees for claimants in the employment tribunals system. The consultation proposes to adjust the Help with Fees scheme to extend the scope of support available to people on lower incomes.

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Citizens Advice: Workplan 2017/18

Citizens Advice is seeking feedback on its work plan to improve the energy and postal markets for consumers. The consultation will inform its final work plan to be published in March.

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Ofwat TPI Code of Conduct

The Water Services Regulation Authority has opened a consultation on the proposed changes to third party intermediaries voluntary code of conduct.

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Home Affairs Committee: Policing for the future

The Home Affairs Committee have launched an inquiry into the future of policing which will explore the challenges of modern policing, and examine whether police forces in England and Wales are sufficiently equipped and resourced to keep the public safe and to respond effectively to evolving demands and changing patterns of crime.

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BEIS: Taylor Review

The Taylor Review regards employment practices in the modern economy. It will consider how employment practices need to change in order to keep pace with modern business models. The review will evaluate whether the regulatory environment can be better aligned with a changing labour market and the emerging ‘gig’ economy. It will focus on six […]

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