Policy paper

Department for Transport powers of entry review: final report

This is the final report from Department for Transport following a review into powers of entry.

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

Documents

Department for Transport powers of entry review: final report (web version)

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Department for Transport powers of entry review: final report (print version)

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This report sets out the outcome of the Department for Transport’s (DfT’s) review of the 99 powers of entry in its area of responsibility. A power of entry is a right for a person to legally enter defined premises, such as businesses, vehicles or land for specific purposes. The report explains what action DfT proposes to take to remove those that are no longer needed and add safeguards to others.

Published 27 November 2014