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Register of Consultant Lobbyists

This publication was withdrawn on 14 December 2015

Office of the Registrar of Consultant Lobbyists has a separate website. View the Register of Consultant Lobbyists.

View the statutory Register of Consultant Lobbyists, which includes the clients that they represent.

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The Register of Consultant Lobbyists requires anyone who lobbies on behalf of a third party as defined by legislation to:

  • give the names of their clients
  • declare whether or not they subscribe to a relevant code of conduct

You can search the Register by the names of consultant lobbyists and by the names of clients submitted. There is a profile page for each consultant lobbyists that shows:

  • the quarterly returns they have submitted
  • the names of clients they have declared
  • information about the company, organisation, individual or partnership, including (where relevant) VAT number, address of main office or place of business, and directors
  • whether the organisation has signed up to follow a relevant code of conduct and where to read this code