Open consultation

Implementation of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) judgment on diesel fuel used in private pleasure craft

Summary

We are inviting views on, and seeking information about, proposed changes to the rules for red diesel used in private pleasure craft as a result of the judgment of the CJEU.

This consultation closes at

Consultation description

This consultation outlines how the government intends to implement the judgment by requiring private pleasure craft to use white diesel for propulsion, and seeks evidence about the impact this will have on users of diesel propelled craft operating in UK inland waterways and along the coast, and the companies that supply diesel to them.

The responses will be used to help determine whether a period will be required for suppliers, known as Registered Dealers in Controlled Oils (RDCOs), and users of diesel fuel, to adapt to using only white diesel for propulsion of private pleasure craft and, if needed, the length of any such period.

Documents

Implementation of the Court of Justice of the European Union judgment on diesel fuel used in private pleasure craft

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Ways to respond

Email to:

gary.satchell@hmrc.gov.uk

Write to:

Gary Satchell, Excise & Environmental Taxes Policy Design Team
HM Revenue and Customs
Room 3/36
100 Parliament Street
London, SW1A 2BQ

Published 15 July 2019