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Consultation

Having your say on what's happening in Wales.

Consultation list

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89 days to go | Closing 24 April 2015
 
We are seeking views on the development of the apprenticeship model for Wales.
81 days to go | Closing 16 April 2015
 
This White Paper seeks views on the Welsh Government proposals to change the legislation on the Right to Buy and Right to Acquire.
75 days to go | Closing 10 April 2015
 
We are seeking views on our proposals to strengthen the regulation of alternative providers of higher education courses to safeguard the student experience and ensure effective use of public funds.
32 days to go | Closing 26 February 2015
 
This consultation is to gather views on a number of statutory orders under Part 2 of the Housing (Wales) Act 2014.
45 days to go | Closing 11 March 2015
 
This consultation seeks views on which offices should be included in the next Disqualification Order, so that people who hold those offices are disqualified from becoming Assembly Members.
12 days to go | Closing 06 February 2015
 
The purpose of this consultation is to seek views on the intention to appoint a single licensing authority for Wales, and for the authority to be Cardiff Council.
40 days to go | Closing 06 March 2015
 
This consultation is to consider the way that Welsh Government allocates funding for flood and coastal erosion risk management in Wales and ensuring it focuses on those places with the greatest risk.
17 days to go | Closing 11 February 2015
 
Local authorities recover their costs for regulating industry to prevent or reduce pollution to acceptable levels through fees and charges for environmental permits.
3 days to go | Closing 28 January 2015
 
A Department of Health and Welsh Government consultation on the proposed draft regulations to introduce a minimum age of sale of 18 years for nicotine inhaling products, e-cigarettes, in England and Wales.
9 days to go | Closing 03 February 2015
 
We want to help enforcement authorities to prevent illegal waste activities more effectively than at present. This will reduce the impact of waste crime on the environment, while helping to bring about a level playing field for the legitimate waste industry and encouraging growth through investment.