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See below for a chronological list of live consultations for which MPA is actively seeking stakeholder input. Click on the link to view the ongoing consultation, then send your feedback to the relevant MPA contact, or get in touch to find out more.

For more information, contact Elizabeth Clements at the MPA on 020 7963 8000.

 

 
 
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Title of consultation Name of consulting body Deadline Notes MPA Contact

Devon Minerals Plan Pre-submission

Devon County Council

16/11/2015

 

David Payne

Consultation on the Evaluation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive

European Commission (European)

31/10/2015

 

Rebecca Hooper

Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010: Updating the Regulations

DEFRA

27/10/2015

 

Nicola Owen

Hertfordshire Minerals Local Plan Review

Hertfordshire County Council

16/10/2015

 

David Payne

Southampton City Local Plan Issues & Options

Southampton City Council

16/10/2015

 

David Payne

Kent Minerals and Waste Local Plan Modifications

Kent County Council

12/10/2015

 

David Payne

Oxfordshire Minerals & Waste Local Plan Submission

Oxfordshire County Council

30/09/2015

 

David Payne

Worcestershire Emerging Minerals  Local Plan Background Documents

Worcestershire County Council

25/09/2015

 

David Payne

Bournemouth, Dorset & Poole Draft Minerals Sites Plan

dorsetforyou.com

23/09/2015

 

David Payne

Consultation on the revised Waste Duty of Care Code of Practice

DEFRA

21/09/2015

The purpose of the Code of Practice is to give simple, clear and practical guidance on what those who import, produce, carry, keep, treat or dispose of controlled waste have to do to fulfil their legal duty of care obligations. The current Code of Practice does not reflect a number of important legislative changes relating to the duty of care that have been introduced since its publication in 1996.

Rebecca Hooper

Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010: Updating the Regulations

DEFRA

18/08/2015

Checking that the draft Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016 are accurate and no errors have occurred as part of the drafting process. DEFRA aim to bring them into force on 1 January 2017. As there is no change in policy, they are not asking for views on policy issues, or on the overall structure of the draft regulations.

Rebecca Hooper

Cutting Red Tape

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Cabinet Office

14/09/2015

The Cutting Red Tape programme allows Business to tell Government how it can cut red tape and reduce bureaucratic barriers to growth and productivity within their sector. Click on the sector you are interested in and have your say, or tell us which sector you think we should review in the future.

Ken Hobden
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