Collection

RPC opinions on departmental impact assessments: published August 2014

A collection of RPC opinions relating to impact assessments which government departments have now published - published August 2014

This latest collection of opinions includes ‘green’ and ‘amber’ fit for purposes opinions on departmental impact assessments. The collection covers those proposals for which departments have published the relevant impact assessment, and where the RPC has not already published the opinion previously.

The full collection of all published ‘green and ‘amber’ fit for purpose opinions including those published here.

The collection of all published ‘red’ not fit for purpose opinions.

Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS)

  1. Impact assessment opinion: Orphan Works
  2. Impact assessment opinion: Codes of Conduct

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)

  1. Impact assessment opinion: Private Rented Sector Regulations
  2. Impact assessment opinion: Community right to buy into renewable electricity developments
  3. Impact assessment opinion:Future management of the compulsory stockholding obligation in the UK
  4. Impact assessment opinion: Amendment to electric lines threshold in the Planning Act 2008
  5. Impact assessment opinion: Power to require suppliers to provide key information to customers in a form that allows smartphones to read and use it
  6. Impact assessment opinion: Revision of fees for s.37 Electricity Act 1989 applications
  7. Impact assessment opinion: Energy supply company administration rules

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)

Department for Education (DfE)

Department for Transport (DfT)

  1. Preventing air pollution from shipping (EU directive 2012/33/EU)
  2. Impact assessment opinion: Ports of Glasgow (Clyde) Great Yarmouth, Rosyth and Tyne ("the Listed Ports)
  3. Impact assessment opinion: Consequential amendments to the Merchant Shipping Act 1995 to complete UK Ratification of the 2002 Athens Protocol relating to the Carriage of Passengers and their luggage by sea
  4. Impact assessment opinion: Changes to bus service registration requirements to improve competition in the bus market
  5. Impact assessment opinion: Rights of Entry - HS2 Hybrid Bill
  6. Impact assessment opinion: Railway matters and regulation - HS2 Hybrid Bill
  7. Impact assessment opinion: Agricultural or Forestry Tractors Exhaust Emissions - Extended Flexibility Scheme Amendment
  8. Impact assessment opinion: Agricultural or Forestry Tractors Exhaust Emissions - "Vineyard" tractor Derogation amendment
  9. Impact assessment opinion: Merchant Shipping(Maritime Labour Convention)(Crew Accommodation) Regulations
  10. Impact assessment opinion: Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention)(Food and catering) Regulations
  11. Impact assessment opinion: Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention) (Recruitment & Placement) Regulations
  12. Impact assessment opinion: Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention)(Seafarer Employment Agreements) Regulations
  13. Impact assessment opinion:Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention)(Shipowner Liability) Regulations (the "2013 Regulations")
  14. Impact assessment opinion: Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention)(Seafarers' Wages) Regulations ("the 2013 Regulations")
  15. Impact assessment opinion:Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention)(Medical Care) Regulations
  16. Impact assessment opinion: Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention)(Repatriation) Regulations
  17. Impact assessment opinion: Merchant Shipping (International Safety Management (ISM) Code) Regulations 2013
  18. Impact assessment opinion: The ports of, Clyde (Glasgow), Falmouth, Hull, Goole, Immingham and Grimsby, Liverpool, the Manchester Ship Canal, Newhaven, Southampton, Sullom Voe and Swansea (“the Listed Ports)
  19. Impact assessment opinion:Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention) (Recruitment & Placement) Regulations 2014
  20. Impact assessment opinion: Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention)(Survey and Certification) Regulations ("the proposed Regulations")

Department of Health (DH)

Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

Home Office

Health and Safety Executive (HSE)

Published 27 August 2014