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Budget representations: guidance

Guidance for submitting Budget representations.

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Guidance on how to submit a Budget representation, which is a written representation from an interest group, individual or representative body to HM Treasury with the aim of commenting on government policy and/or suggesting new policy for inclusion in the upcoming Budget.

HM Treasury welcomes representations as part of the policy-making process. The views of stakeholders are gratefully received.

The Budget 2020 representations portal is now closed. HM Treasury accepted representations until midnight on 7 February 2020.

Published 16 January 2014
Last updated 10 February 2020 + show all updates
  1. Updated to reflect that the representations portal is now closed

  2. Updated with link to new Budget Representation Portal. Updated with current 'processing of data' information.

  3. Updated to reflect that the representations portal is now closed

  4. Updated with details of how to submit a representation for Budget 2019.

  5. Opening Budget 2018 representations and updated guidance.

  6. Updated as the deadline for representations has ended. The survey is now closed.

  7. Updated with details of how to submit a representation for Autumn Budget 2017

  8. Updated with Spring Budget 2017 information.

  9. Updated as the deadline for Autumn Statement 2016 representations ended on 7 October. The survey is now closed.

  10. Details of Autumn Statement 2016 added.

  11. representations for Budget 2016 are now open

  12. Updated for Autumn Statement 2015

  13. Updated to reflect that the July 2015 Budget submissions deadline has now passed. The Chancellor of the Exchequer will give his Budget to Parliament on Wednesday 8 July 2015.

  14. Updated for Budget July 2015

  15. Updated for Budget 2015

  16. Updated to reflect guidance on submitting representations for Autumn Statement 2014.

  17. First published.