Policy paper

DECC’s post implementation review commitments

This publication summarises the department’s post implementation review commitments.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government


Post implementation reviews: DECC’s commitments

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A post implementation review is a process to establish the effects of a regulation: whether it is working well, and the reasons why. They are intended to inform whether a regulation should be renewed, removed, revised or replaced. This document provides a list of all DECC’s statutory post implementation review commitments.

Published 17 February 2015