Research and analysis

Impact assessment opinion: DVLA personalised registration services - amendment to the Retention of Registration Marks Regulations 1993 and Sale of Registration Marks Regulations 1995

Evaluation of the Department for Transport impact assessment for DVLA personalised registration services - amendment to the Retention of Registration Marks Regulations 1993 and Sale of Registration Marks Regulations  1995

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Impact assessment opinion: personalised registration services

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The Regulatory Policy Committee (RPC) gives independent advice to government on the quality of analysis supporting new regulations.

Following scrutiny of an impact assessment (IA) carried out prior to a regulatory proposal, the RPC provides an ‘opinion’ on the quality of analysis and evidence presented in the IA. This opinion then informs the decisions of ministers as to whether they proceed or not with the proposal.

Published 30 December 2014