Have Your Say: Local and Central Government Consultations
This page lists some of the current consultations (unless otherwise stated consultations finish at 23:59 on the date indicated).
To explore other consultations you can look to these two links:
Bracknell Forest at: https://consult.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/kse/
If there are other consultations that you know of that should be included, or you want to be kept informed of certain topics, please get in touch with Bob Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Parks Satisfaction Survey
|The Bracknell Forest Safeguarding Board’s Quality Assurance Sub Group is carrying out a review of the quality of children and adult safeguarding referrals. To support the review we are asking partners to complete this questionnaire
|31 December 2029 03:17PM
UK Government Consultations
|Distributing tips fairly: draft statutory code of practice
We are consulting on the draft statutory code of practice supporting measures in the Employment (Allocation of Tips) Act 2023.
The purpose of the Act is to ensure that all tips are passed on to workers without deductions.
|22 February 2024
|A world-class education system: The Advanced British Standard
|Over the next decade, we are seeking to introduce the Advanced British Standard (ABS), a new Baccalaureate-style qualification framework for 16-19 year-olds. The consultation document contains policy proposals to support the aims outlined above.
|20 March 2024
|Defining child to parent abuse
|Although we know that children can be vulnerable to harm by adults, there is also growing research into children displaying harmful behaviours towards parents/caregivers. There is no agreed definition for this type of harm or abuse, making it difficult to identify and talk about. In the absence of an agreed definition, various terms and descriptions are used.
|7 February 2024
|Alternative routes to market for new nuclear projects
|We're seeking views to understand how government can support investment in advanced nuclear technologies and enable high value projects to be taken forward.
|4 April 2024
|Charge proposals for water quality permits
|We want your comments on our proposed charges for water discharges (including groundwater activities).
|11 March 2024
|Introducing Fees in the Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal
|This consultation sets out a proposal for introducing modest fees in the Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
|25 March 2024
|Alcohol licensing: age verification
|The government is consulting on whether to allow digital identities and technology to play a role in age verification for alcohol sales, as well as whether to amend legislation in order to specify that for sales of alcohol that do not take place face to face, age verification should take place at the point of delivery as well as sale.
|30 March 2024
|Empowering drivers and boosting competition in the road fuel retail market
|We are consulting to understand views on the best way to design and implement the open data scheme and elements of the monitoring function that are not outlined in the Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill, and we have set out our proposals in this consultation.
|12 March 2024
|Street works: fines and lane rental surplus funds
|This consultation presents a series of reforms to street works regulations, which include: requiring at least 50% of any surplus lane rental funds to be spent on repairing potholes raising the level of fixed penalty notices that can be issued for 5 street works offences allowing overrun charges to apply at weekends and bank holidays.
|11 March 2024
|Approach to siting new nuclear power stations beyond 2025
|We're seeking views on the proposed policy approach for siting new nuclear power stations for a new Nuclear National Policy Statement.
|10 March 2024
|Awaab’s Law: Consultation on timescales for repairs in the social rented sector
|A consultation on new requirements under ‘Awaab’s Law’, including timescales for repairs in the social rented sector.
|5 March 2024
|Electrical waste: reforming the producer responsibility system
|We want to know what you think about our proposals to increase waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) collection levels and how we can ensure producers and distributors, including online sellers, can all play their part.
|7 March 2024
|2003 UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage
|The UK is planning to ratify the UNESCO 2003 Convention for Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. We are launching a public consultation on the initial stages of implementation, focusing on the defining and identifying intangible cultural heritage in the UK.
|29 February 2024
|Gender questioning children: draft schools and colleges guidance
|The proposed draft provides guidance and practical support for schools and colleges, including: supporting children who are questioning their gender protecting children from bullying or abuse maintaining child safety and wellbeing
|12 March 2024