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Speeches
Thu 21 Jul 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Lords Chamber
Net Zero Strategy: High Court Ruling

Thu 07 Jul 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Written Statements
Energy Infrastructure Planning Projects

Thu 07 Jul 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Written Statements
Offshore Transmission Network: Holistic Network Design and Pathfinder Projects

Thu 07 Jul 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Lords Chamber
Winter Heating Initiatives

Thu 07 Jul 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Lords Chamber
Horizon Europe

Wed 06 Jul 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Westminster Hall
Energy-intensive Industries

Tue 05 Jul 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Commons Chamber
Action on Climate Change and Decarbonisation

Tue 05 Jul 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Westminster Hall
Energy Security Strategy



Deposited Papers
Friday 1st July 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Source Page: I. Framework document between the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and the Groceries Code Adjudicator. Incl. appendices. 13p. II. Letter dated 23/06/2022 from Paul Scully MP to Darren Jones MP regarding a document for deposit in the House libraries. 1p.
Document: 2022-03-24_GCA_Framework_Document_FINAL_SIGNED.pdf (PDF)
Friday 1st July 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Source Page: I. Framework document between the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and the Groceries Code Adjudicator. Incl. appendices. 13p. II. Letter dated 23/06/2022 from Paul Scully MP to Darren Jones MP regarding a document for deposit in the House libraries. 1p.
Document: 2022-03-31_Letter_to_Select_Commitee.docx (webpage)
Wednesday 20th July 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Source Page: I.Review of Electricity Market Arrangements: consultation document. Incl. annex. 130p. II. Letter dated 18/07/2022 from Kwasi Kwarteng MP to Darren Jones MP regarding the Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA)consultation. 2p.
Document: 2022-07-18_REMA_Consultation.pdf (PDF)
Wednesday 20th July 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Source Page: I.Review of Electricity Market Arrangements: consultation document. Incl. annex. 130p. II. Letter dated 18/07/2022 from Kwasi Kwarteng MP to Darren Jones MP regarding the Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA)consultation. 2p.
Document: 2022-07-18_REMA_Select_Committee_Letter.pdf (PDF)
Thursday 4th August 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Source Page: Letter dated 01/04/2022 from Kwasi Kwarteng MP to Terje Aasland, Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Norway, regarding gas production, electricity trade and the North Sea Link electricity interconnector. 1p.
Document: Letter_from_Kwasi_Kwarteng_to_Terje_Aasland.pdf (PDF)



Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy mentioned

Select Committee Documents
Friday 29th July 2022
Written Evidence - Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
FSUK0007 - The financial sector and the UK’s net zero transition

The financial sector and the UK’s net zero transition - Environmental Audit Committee

Found: FSUK0007 - The financial sector and the UK’s net zero transition Grantham Research Institute on Climate

Tuesday 19th July 2022
Written Evidence - UK in a Changing Europe
EUR0008 - The UK's EU representation: what has changed and how is it working?

The UK's EU representation: what has changed and how is it working? - European Scrutiny Committee

Found: EUR0008 - The UK's EU representation: what has changed and how is it working?

Tuesday 19th July 2022
Written Evidence - UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
TEC0062 - Connected tech: smart or sinister?

Connected tech: smart or sinister? - Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee

Found: UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Written Evidence

Monday 18th July 2022
Oral Evidence - Cabinet Office, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, and Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Critical national infrastructure and climate adaptation - National Security Strategy (Joint Committee)

Found: Cabinet Office, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Department for Business, Energy and

Wednesday 6th July 2022
Written Evidence - Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
GRD0031 - Grid capacity in Wales

Grid capacity in Wales - Welsh Affairs Committee

Found: GRD0031 - Grid capacity in Wales Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Written Evidence

Wednesday 6th July 2022
Written Evidence - Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
STS0088 - Delivering a UK science and technology strategy

Delivering a UK science and technology strategy - Science and Technology Committee (Lords)

Found: STS0088 - Delivering a UK science and technology strategy Department for Business, Energy and Industrial

Wednesday 29th June 2022
Written Evidence - The Sutton Trust
AEIAG0078 - Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) - Education Committee

Found: AEIAG0078 - Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) The Sutton Trust Written Evidence

Wednesday 29th June 2022
Written Evidence - The Career Development Institute
AEIAG0045 - Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) - Education Committee

Found: AEIAG0045 - Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) The Career Development Institute

Wednesday 29th June 2022
Written Evidence - DMH Associates, Exeter
AEIAG0022 - Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) - Education Committee

Found: AEIAG0022 - Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) DMH Associates, Exeter Written

Wednesday 29th June 2022
Written Evidence - DEV CLEVER PLC
AEIAG0030 - Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) - Education Committee

Found: AEIAG0030 - Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) DEV CLEVER PLC Written Evidence

Monday 20th June 2022
Written Evidence - UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
VCM0033 - The venture capital market

The venture capital market - Treasury Committee

Found: VCM0033 - The venture capital market UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Written Evidence

Monday 20th June 2022
Written Evidence - Midven
VCM0034 - The venture capital market

The venture capital market - Treasury Committee

Found: ).23.We commend government and BEIS for their investment in UKI2S, and while this submission is not intended

Monday 20th June 2022
Written Evidence - Home for Good
CFA0133 - Children and Families Act 2014

Children and Families Act 2014 - Children and Families Act 2014 Committee

Found: CFA0133 - Children and Families Act 2014 Home for Good Written Evidence

Wednesday 15th June 2022
Oral Evidence - Department for Education, Department for Education, Government Equalities Office, Equality Hub, Cabinet Office, Cabinet Office, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), and Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

Diversity and inclusion in STEM - Science and Technology Committee

Found: Education, Government Equalities Office, Equality Hub, Cabinet Office, Cabinet Office, UK Research and



Written Answers
Chronic Illnesses
Asked by: Feryal Clark (Labour - Enfield North)
Thursday 21st July 2022

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, with reference to the report from Cystic Fibrosis UK entitled The cost of cystic fibrosis 2022, what support her Department is providing to people with long-term conditions whose finances are impacted by their condition.

Answered by Chloe Smith - Minister of State (Department for Work and Pensions)

The Government is committed to supporting people living with long term health conditions, including cystic fibrosis.

Currently, no specific assessment has been made of the impact of cystic fibrosis on employment for people. However a range of Government initiatives are supporting disabled people and people with health conditions, including cystic fibrosis, to start, stay and succeed in work. These include the Work and Health Programme, the Intensive Personalised Employment Support programme, Access to Work, Disability Confident and support in partnership with the health system, including Employment Advice in NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapy services. We will be investing £1.3bn in employment support for disabled people and people with health conditions over the next three years.

The Government continues to recognise the difficulties carers have in maintaining links to paid work whilst undertaking caring responsibilities. The Government is committed to supporting all individuals and businesses to work flexibly and recently consulted on measures to strengthen the existing right to request flexible working framework. The consultation ran from September to December 2021.The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is currently analysing over 1,600 consultation responses received and will be publishing the next steps in due course.

The Government wants to help carers combine their caring responsibilities with work where they can. Jobcentres can provide support to those carers looking for employment. This will be tailored to their individual needs and circumstances and could range from simply sign-posting them to local vacancies to more intensive employment and training support.

Alongside employment measures such as flexible working, the Government gives carers access to financial support when they need it, by ensuring the benefit systems (including Carer’s Allowance and Universal Credit) meet the needs of eligible carers and support employment for those carers who are able to do some work.

The Government understands the pressures people are facing with the cost of living which is why it is providing over £37 billion of support this year. People with cystic fibrosis who receive a qualifying means-tested benefit may be eligible for the £650 Cost of Living Payment which is designed to target support at low-income households. In addition, if they receive a disability-related benefit such as Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independence Payment, they may also be eligible for a disability Cost of Living Payment of £150.

All domestic electricity customers will also benefit from the £400 support being provided through the Energy Bills Support Scheme. We are also providing an additional £500 million to help households with the cost of essentials, on top of what we have already provided since October 2021, bringing the total funding for this support to £1.5 billion. In England, the current Household Support Fund is already providing £421m of support for the period 1 April – 30 September 2022 and will be extended until March 2023 with a further £421m.

People with cystic fibrosis may be entitled to support of up to £156.90 a week, tax free, from the extra costs benefits: Attendance Allowance; Disability Living Allowance; and Personal Independence Payment.

Cystic Fibrosis: Employment
Asked by: Feryal Clark (Labour - Enfield North)
Thursday 21st July 2022

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, with reference to the report from Cystic Fibrosis UK entitled The cost of cystic fibrosis 2022, what additional support her Department is providing to those with long term conditions who’s employment opportunities are impacted by their condition.

Answered by Chloe Smith - Minister of State (Department for Work and Pensions)

The Government is committed to supporting people living with long term health conditions, including cystic fibrosis.

Currently, no specific assessment has been made of the impact of cystic fibrosis on employment for people. However a range of Government initiatives are supporting disabled people and people with health conditions, including cystic fibrosis, to start, stay and succeed in work. These include the Work and Health Programme, the Intensive Personalised Employment Support programme, Access to Work, Disability Confident and support in partnership with the health system, including Employment Advice in NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapy services. We will be investing £1.3bn in employment support for disabled people and people with health conditions over the next three years.

The Government continues to recognise the difficulties carers have in maintaining links to paid work whilst undertaking caring responsibilities. The Government is committed to supporting all individuals and businesses to work flexibly and recently consulted on measures to strengthen the existing right to request flexible working framework. The consultation ran from September to December 2021.The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is currently analysing over 1,600 consultation responses received and will be publishing the next steps in due course.

The Government wants to help carers combine their caring responsibilities with work where they can. Jobcentres can provide support to those carers looking for employment. This will be tailored to their individual needs and circumstances and could range from simply sign-posting them to local vacancies to more intensive employment and training support.

Alongside employment measures such as flexible working, the Government gives carers access to financial support when they need it, by ensuring the benefit systems (including Carer’s Allowance and Universal Credit) meet the needs of eligible carers and support employment for those carers who are able to do some work.

The Government understands the pressures people are facing with the cost of living which is why it is providing over £37 billion of support this year. People with cystic fibrosis who receive a qualifying means-tested benefit may be eligible for the £650 Cost of Living Payment which is designed to target support at low-income households. In addition, if they receive a disability-related benefit such as Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independence Payment, they may also be eligible for a disability Cost of Living Payment of £150.

All domestic electricity customers will also benefit from the £400 support being provided through the Energy Bills Support Scheme. We are also providing an additional £500 million to help households with the cost of essentials, on top of what we have already provided since October 2021, bringing the total funding for this support to £1.5 billion. In England, the current Household Support Fund is already providing £421m of support for the period 1 April – 30 September 2022 and will be extended until March 2023 with a further £421m.

People with cystic fibrosis may be entitled to support of up to £156.90 a week, tax free, from the extra costs benefits: Attendance Allowance; Disability Living Allowance; and Personal Independence Payment.

Cystic Fibrosis: Cost of Living Payments
Asked by: Feryal Clark (Labour - Enfield North)
Thursday 21st July 2022

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, with reference to the report from Cystic Fibrosis UK entitled The cost of cystic fibrosis 2022, what steps her Department is taking to support people with cystic fibrosis during the cost of living crisis.

Answered by Chloe Smith - Minister of State (Department for Work and Pensions)

The Government is committed to supporting people living with long term health conditions, including cystic fibrosis.

Currently, no specific assessment has been made of the impact of cystic fibrosis on employment for people. However a range of Government initiatives are supporting disabled people and people with health conditions, including cystic fibrosis, to start, stay and succeed in work. These include the Work and Health Programme, the Intensive Personalised Employment Support programme, Access to Work, Disability Confident and support in partnership with the health system, including Employment Advice in NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapy services. We will be investing £1.3bn in employment support for disabled people and people with health conditions over the next three years.

The Government continues to recognise the difficulties carers have in maintaining links to paid work whilst undertaking caring responsibilities. The Government is committed to supporting all individuals and businesses to work flexibly and recently consulted on measures to strengthen the existing right to request flexible working framework. The consultation ran from September to December 2021.The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is currently analysing over 1,600 consultation responses received and will be publishing the next steps in due course.

The Government wants to help carers combine their caring responsibilities with work where they can. Jobcentres can provide support to those carers looking for employment. This will be tailored to their individual needs and circumstances and could range from simply sign-posting them to local vacancies to more intensive employment and training support.

Alongside employment measures such as flexible working, the Government gives carers access to financial support when they need it, by ensuring the benefit systems (including Carer’s Allowance and Universal Credit) meet the needs of eligible carers and support employment for those carers who are able to do some work.

The Government understands the pressures people are facing with the cost of living which is why it is providing over £37 billion of support this year. People with cystic fibrosis who receive a qualifying means-tested benefit may be eligible for the £650 Cost of Living Payment which is designed to target support at low-income households. In addition, if they receive a disability-related benefit such as Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independence Payment, they may also be eligible for a disability Cost of Living Payment of £150.

All domestic electricity customers will also benefit from the £400 support being provided through the Energy Bills Support Scheme. We are also providing an additional £500 million to help households with the cost of essentials, on top of what we have already provided since October 2021, bringing the total funding for this support to £1.5 billion. In England, the current Household Support Fund is already providing £421m of support for the period 1 April – 30 September 2022 and will be extended until March 2023 with a further £421m.

People with cystic fibrosis may be entitled to support of up to £156.90 a week, tax free, from the extra costs benefits: Attendance Allowance; Disability Living Allowance; and Personal Independence Payment.

Cystic Fibrosis: Employment
Asked by: Feryal Clark (Labour - Enfield North)
Thursday 21st July 2022

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, with reference to the report from Cystic Fibrosis UK entitled The cost of cystic fibrosis 2022, what steps her Department is taking to support people (a) with cystic fibrosis and (b) caring for someone with cystic fibrosis with employment.

Answered by Chloe Smith - Minister of State (Department for Work and Pensions)

The Government is committed to supporting people living with long term health conditions, including cystic fibrosis.

Currently, no specific assessment has been made of the impact of cystic fibrosis on employment for people. However a range of Government initiatives are supporting disabled people and people with health conditions, including cystic fibrosis, to start, stay and succeed in work. These include the Work and Health Programme, the Intensive Personalised Employment Support programme, Access to Work, Disability Confident and support in partnership with the health system, including Employment Advice in NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapy services. We will be investing £1.3bn in employment support for disabled people and people with health conditions over the next three years.

The Government continues to recognise the difficulties carers have in maintaining links to paid work whilst undertaking caring responsibilities. The Government is committed to supporting all individuals and businesses to work flexibly and recently consulted on measures to strengthen the existing right to request flexible working framework. The consultation ran from September to December 2021.The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is currently analysing over 1,600 consultation responses received and will be publishing the next steps in due course.

The Government wants to help carers combine their caring responsibilities with work where they can. Jobcentres can provide support to those carers looking for employment. This will be tailored to their individual needs and circumstances and could range from simply sign-posting them to local vacancies to more intensive employment and training support.

Alongside employment measures such as flexible working, the Government gives carers access to financial support when they need it, by ensuring the benefit systems (including Carer’s Allowance and Universal Credit) meet the needs of eligible carers and support employment for those carers who are able to do some work.

The Government understands the pressures people are facing with the cost of living which is why it is providing over £37 billion of support this year. People with cystic fibrosis who receive a qualifying means-tested benefit may be eligible for the £650 Cost of Living Payment which is designed to target support at low-income households. In addition, if they receive a disability-related benefit such as Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independence Payment, they may also be eligible for a disability Cost of Living Payment of £150.

All domestic electricity customers will also benefit from the £400 support being provided through the Energy Bills Support Scheme. We are also providing an additional £500 million to help households with the cost of essentials, on top of what we have already provided since October 2021, bringing the total funding for this support to £1.5 billion. In England, the current Household Support Fund is already providing £421m of support for the period 1 April – 30 September 2022 and will be extended until March 2023 with a further £421m.

People with cystic fibrosis may be entitled to support of up to £156.90 a week, tax free, from the extra costs benefits: Attendance Allowance; Disability Living Allowance; and Personal Independence Payment.

Cystic Fibrosis: Employment
Asked by: Feryal Clark (Labour - Enfield North)
Thursday 21st July 2022

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, with reference to the report from Cystic Fibrosis UK entitled The cost of cystic fibrosis 2022, what assessment she has made of the impact of cystic fibrosis on employment for people (a) with cystic fibrosis and (b) caring for someone with cystic fibrosis.

Answered by Chloe Smith - Minister of State (Department for Work and Pensions)

The Government is committed to supporting people living with long term health conditions, including cystic fibrosis.

Currently, no specific assessment has been made of the impact of cystic fibrosis on employment for people. However a range of Government initiatives are supporting disabled people and people with health conditions, including cystic fibrosis, to start, stay and succeed in work. These include the Work and Health Programme, the Intensive Personalised Employment Support programme, Access to Work, Disability Confident and support in partnership with the health system, including Employment Advice in NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapy services. We will be investing £1.3bn in employment support for disabled people and people with health conditions over the next three years.

The Government continues to recognise the difficulties carers have in maintaining links to paid work whilst undertaking caring responsibilities. The Government is committed to supporting all individuals and businesses to work flexibly and recently consulted on measures to strengthen the existing right to request flexible working framework. The consultation ran from September to December 2021.The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is currently analysing over 1,600 consultation responses received and will be publishing the next steps in due course.

The Government wants to help carers combine their caring responsibilities with work where they can. Jobcentres can provide support to those carers looking for employment. This will be tailored to their individual needs and circumstances and could range from simply sign-posting them to local vacancies to more intensive employment and training support.

Alongside employment measures such as flexible working, the Government gives carers access to financial support when they need it, by ensuring the benefit systems (including Carer’s Allowance and Universal Credit) meet the needs of eligible carers and support employment for those carers who are able to do some work.

The Government understands the pressures people are facing with the cost of living which is why it is providing over £37 billion of support this year. People with cystic fibrosis who receive a qualifying means-tested benefit may be eligible for the £650 Cost of Living Payment which is designed to target support at low-income households. In addition, if they receive a disability-related benefit such as Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independence Payment, they may also be eligible for a disability Cost of Living Payment of £150.

All domestic electricity customers will also benefit from the £400 support being provided through the Energy Bills Support Scheme. We are also providing an additional £500 million to help households with the cost of essentials, on top of what we have already provided since October 2021, bringing the total funding for this support to £1.5 billion. In England, the current Household Support Fund is already providing £421m of support for the period 1 April – 30 September 2022 and will be extended until March 2023 with a further £421m.

People with cystic fibrosis may be entitled to support of up to £156.90 a week, tax free, from the extra costs benefits: Attendance Allowance; Disability Living Allowance; and Personal Independence Payment.

Cost of Living Payments: Second Homes
Asked by: Rachel Reeves (Labour - Leeds West)
Wednesday 20th July 2022

Question to the HM Treasury:

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment his Department made of additional payments to multiple-home owners in their distributional analysis on the Cost of Living Support package.

Answered by Simon Clarke - Chief Secretary to the Treasury

The Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) consulted on the basis of paying EBSS via domestic electricity meter points. The Government response will be published later in the summer.

The Government’s intention is for EBSS to reach as many households as possible from October, while minimizing the administrative complexity of the scheme. The Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has consulted on the basis of paying EBSS via domestic electricity meter points.

While some households have second homes or multiple meter points, it is important to balance this against the timely and efficient delivery of this scheme.

Distributional analysis produced by HM Treasury relies on an established microsimulation model of the UK tax and benefit system. This model is designed to be used for estimating the impacts of a wide range of policies and does not contain information about households’ multiple home ownership.

Energy: Conservation
Asked by: Ruth Jones (Labour - Newport West)
Monday 18th July 2022

Question

To ask the President of COP26, what recent discussions he has had with his counterparts in the devolved Administrations on the role of energy efficiency in meeting the UK’s climate targets.

Answered by Alok Sharma - COP26 President (Cabinet Office)

COP26 Devolved Administrations Ministers Meetings, which I chair, have formally convened five times. Communiqués from these meetings can be found on GOV.UK. The Welsh Government Minister for Climate Change has been present at these meetings.

Energy policy, including energy efficiency, falls within the remit of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). With support from the devolved administrations, BEIS established an Inter-Ministerial Group (IMG) that is responsible for discussing Net Zero, Energy and Climate Change. This aims to meet every two months and brings together Ministers from the four administrations to discuss emission reduction efforts across the UK. This intergovernmental engagement on net zero will continue to facilitate collaboration and coordination across devolved and reserved competence, ensuring we are delivering effectively for all parts of the UK.

We are committed to working with the devolved administrations to achieve our shared goals of leading the charge against climate change.

COP26: Wales
Asked by: Ruth Jones (Labour - Newport West)
Monday 18th July 2022

Question

To ask the President of COP26, when he last met Ministers in the Welsh Government in Cardiff.

Answered by Alok Sharma - COP26 President (Cabinet Office)

COP26 Devolved Administrations Ministers Meetings, which I chair, have formally convened five times. Communiqués from these meetings can be found on GOV.UK. The Welsh Government Minister for Climate Change has been present at these meetings.

Energy policy, including energy efficiency, falls within the remit of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). With support from the devolved administrations, BEIS established an Inter-Ministerial Group (IMG) that is responsible for discussing Net Zero, Energy and Climate Change. This aims to meet every two months and brings together Ministers from the four administrations to discuss emission reduction efforts across the UK. This intergovernmental engagement on net zero will continue to facilitate collaboration and coordination across devolved and reserved competence, ensuring we are delivering effectively for all parts of the UK.

We are committed to working with the devolved administrations to achieve our shared goals of leading the charge against climate change.

Cooperatives and Mutual Societies: Investment
Asked by: Rachael Maskell (Labour (Co-op) - York Central)
Monday 4th July 2022

Question to the HM Treasury:

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether he has plans to encourage (a) Local Enterprise Partnerships, (b) universities and (c) local authorities to invest in co-operative and mutual incubators and accelerators to grow that sector.

Answered by John Glen

The Chancellor and I meet with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on a regular basis to discuss a range of issues. The Government sees co-operatives as a vital part of the UK economy, delivering services that their members and local communities need.

The Government recognises that incubators and accelerators play a crucial role in helping businesses. Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and universities can support their local area through creating an environment to encourage co-operatives and mutuals to start and grow. Through the Levelling Up White Paper, the Government expects LEPs to continue to embed a strong, independent local business voice into decision-making fora, and to develop local economic strategies based on business intelligence about their area. This could include co-operative and mutual incubators and accelerators, as appropriate to the local context. As LEPs transition to new arrangements, we want to ensure that businesses, including mutuals and cooperatives, continue to be able to access the support, insights, and representation that LEPs provide, and to ensure that an independent business and stakeholder voice continues to play its vital role supporting growth in all parts of England.

The 2022-23 Local Government Finance Settlement is un-ringfenced to ensure local authorities can prioritise funding based on their own understanding of the needs of their local communities. As democratically elected organisations, local authorities are responsible for managing their budgets and making spending decisions that reflect their priorities, which may include mutuals.

The Government is committed to increasing innovation and, in turn, jobs, growth and prosperity to all parts of the UK. The UK Innovation Strategy, published in July 2021, sets out the Government’s vision to make the UK a global hub for innovation by 2035. To support delivery on the four pillars of the Strategy, BEIS is increasing funding for core Innovate UK programmes by 66% to £1.1 billion in 2024-2025. This will further help connect UK companies, such as co-operatives and mutuals, to the capital, skills and connections needed to innovate and grow.

Cooperatives and Mutual Societies: Finance
Asked by: Rachael Maskell (Labour (Co-op) - York Central)
Monday 4th July 2022

Question to the HM Treasury:

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether he has had discussions with the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on the potential merits of increasing annual funding to develop the co-operative and mutuals sector.

Answered by John Glen

The Chancellor and I meet with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on a regular basis to discuss a range of issues. The Government sees co-operatives as a vital part of the UK economy, delivering services that their members and local communities need.

The Government recognises that incubators and accelerators play a crucial role in helping businesses. Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and universities can support their local area through creating an environment to encourage co-operatives and mutuals to start and grow. Through the Levelling Up White Paper, the Government expects LEPs to continue to embed a strong, independent local business voice into decision-making fora, and to develop local economic strategies based on business intelligence about their area. This could include co-operative and mutual incubators and accelerators, as appropriate to the local context. As LEPs transition to new arrangements, we want to ensure that businesses, including mutuals and cooperatives, continue to be able to access the support, insights, and representation that LEPs provide, and to ensure that an independent business and stakeholder voice continues to play its vital role supporting growth in all parts of England.

The 2022-23 Local Government Finance Settlement is un-ringfenced to ensure local authorities can prioritise funding based on their own understanding of the needs of their local communities. As democratically elected organisations, local authorities are responsible for managing their budgets and making spending decisions that reflect their priorities, which may include mutuals.

The Government is committed to increasing innovation and, in turn, jobs, growth and prosperity to all parts of the UK. The UK Innovation Strategy, published in July 2021, sets out the Government’s vision to make the UK a global hub for innovation by 2035. To support delivery on the four pillars of the Strategy, BEIS is increasing funding for core Innovate UK programmes by 66% to £1.1 billion in 2024-2025. This will further help connect UK companies, such as co-operatives and mutuals, to the capital, skills and connections needed to innovate and grow.

Car Allowances
Asked by: Martyn Day (Scottish National Party - Linlithgow and East Falkirk)
Monday 27th June 2022

Question to the HM Treasury:

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, pursuant to the Answer of 16 June 2022 to Question 15313 on Advisory Fuel Rates (AFR), what assessment he has made of the merits of reviewing the AFR more frequently than once a quarter, given that on 13 June 2022, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy recorded average fuel prices of 182.53 pence per litre for petrol, and 190.43 pence per litre for diesel, prices which are higher than the current AFR of 165.1 pence per litre for petrol, and 179.7 pence per litre for diesel.

Answered by Helen Whately

AFRs need to be calculated in advance of their publication on GOV.UK. This means that the AFRs published on the 1st June 2022 (165.1 pence per litre for petrol, and 179.7 pence per litre for diesel) were calculated using BEIS data from 16th May 2022. The next publication of AFRs is due on 1st September.

AFRs are an administrative easement and increasing the frequency of review would create administrative burdens for employers as well as HMRC.

AFR rates are not mandatory, and employers and employees can agree to use different rates to reflect scenarios in which a car is more fuel efficient or where the cost of business travel is higher.



Bill Documents
Jul. 18 2022
Bill 143 EN 2022-23
Data Protection and Digital Information Bill 2022-23
Explanatory Notes

Found: Department for Health and Social Care, the Home Office, Cabinet Office, and the Department for Business

Jul. 18 2022
Impact Assessment - Summary: Intervention and Options from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Data Protection and Digital Information Bill 2022-23
Impact Assessments

Found: Impact Assessment - Summary: Intervention and Options from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media

Jul. 18 2022
Bill 143 EN 2022-23 - large print
Data Protection and Digital Information Bill 2022-23
Explanatory Notes

Found: , Department for Health and Social Care, the Home Office, Cabinet Office, and the Department for Business

Jul. 18 2022
Impact Assessment - Summary: Intervention and Options from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Data Protection and Digital Information Bill 2022-23
Impact Assessments

Found: Impact Assessment - Summary: Intervention and Options from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media

Jul. 15 2022
Impact Assessment from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Employment (Allocation of Tips) Bill 2022-23
Impact Assessments

Found: Impact Assessment from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Jul. 12 2022
Impact Assessment from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Neonatal Care (Leave and Pay) Bill 2022-23
Impact Assessments

Found: Impact Assessment from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Jul. 06 2022
Bill 0137 2022-23 (as introduced) (large print)
Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates) Act 2022
Bill

Found: Net spending by 70 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Estimate Net resources

Jul. 06 2022
Bill 0137 2022-23 (as introduced)
Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates) Act 2022
Bill

Found: activities including Payments to General Lighthouse Authorities. 29 Department for Business, Energy

May. 31 2022
Impact Assessment
Social Housing (Regulation) Bill [HL] 2022-23
Impact Assessments

Found: Alongside the challenges posed by COVID - 19, social landlords are seeking to increase energy efficiency



National Audit Office
Aug. 10 2022
Departmental Overview 2020-21-Department of Health & Social Care (PDF)

Found: for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.



Department Publications - Policy paper
Monday 15th August 2022
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Source Page: National maritime security strategy
Document: National strategy for maritime security (web version) (PDF)

Found: National maritime security strategy

Monday 15th August 2022
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Source Page: National maritime security strategy
Document: National strategy for maritime security (print version) (PDF)

Found: National maritime security strategy



Non-Departmental Publications - Transparency
Aug. 16 2022
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Source Page: Joint Nature Conservation Committee annual report and accounts: April 2021 to March 2022
Document: Joint Nature Conservation Committee and JNCC Support Co Annual Report and Accounts for year ending 31 March 2022 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: Joint Nature Conservation Committee annual report and accounts: April 2021 to March 2022

Aug. 16 2022
Government Chemist
Source Page: Government Chemist Stakeholder Workshop Report 2022
Document: Government Chemist Stakeholder Workshop Report 2022 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) appointed Programme Expert Group in November

Aug. 16 2022
Government Chemist
Source Page: Government Chemist Stakeholder Workshop Report 2022
Document: Government Chemist Stakeholder Workshop Report 2022 (webpage)
Transparency

Found: report Government Chemist Stakeholder Workshop Report 2022 Report summarising the process and

Aug. 05 2022
Office of the Regulator of Community Interest Companies
Source Page: Community Interest Companies Regulator Annual Report 2021 to 2022
Document: CIC Regulator: Annual Report 2020 to 2021 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: of the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. iii © Crown copyright 2022.

Aug. 04 2022
HM Revenue & Customs
Source Page: HMRC quarterly performance report: April to June 2022
Document: (Excel)
Transparency

Found: safeguards around them.Debt Balance and Compliance YieldData on HMRC compliance activity and funds owed

Aug. 04 2022
British Hallmarking Council
Source Page: British Hallmarking Council: corporate statement, 2022
Document: British Hallmarking Council: corporate statement, 2022 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial 1 Review of BHC objectives for 20 21 In its Business

Aug. 04 2022
British Hallmarking Council
Source Page: British Hallmarking Council: corporate statement, 2022
Document: British Hallmarking Council: corporate statement, 2022 (webpage)
Transparency

Found: corporate statement, 2022 A review of the British Hallmarking Council’s (BHC) 2021 achievements and

Aug. 01 2022
Pubs Code Adjudicator
Source Page: PCA Strategy Report August 2022
Document: PCA Strategy Report August 2022 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: PCA Strategy Report August 2022

Jul. 26 2022
Civil Nuclear Constabulary
Source Page: CNPA Three Year Strategic Plan 2022/25
Document: CNPA Three Year Strategic Plan 2022/25 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: As a result, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) carried out a full

Jul. 21 2022
Export Control Joint Unit
Source Page: UK strategic export controls annual report 2021
Document: UK strategic export controls annual report 2021 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) plays a key role in HM Government™s

Jul. 21 2022
UK Research and Innovation
Source Page: Research Councils’ pension schemes accounts, 2021 to 2022
Document: Research Councils’ Pension Schemes accounts, 2021 to 2022 (large print PDF) (PDF)
Transparency

Found: provided by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

Jul. 21 2022
UK Research and Innovation
Source Page: Research Councils’ pension schemes accounts, 2021 to 2022
Document: Research Councils’ Pension Schemes accounts, 2021 to 2022 (web-optimised PDF) (PDF)
Transparency

Found: by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

Jul. 21 2022
UK Research and Innovation
Source Page: Research Councils’ pension schemes accounts, 2021 to 2022
Document: Research Councils’ Pension Schemes accounts, 2021 to 2022 (print-ready PDF) (PDF)
Transparency

Found: by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

Jul. 21 2022
UK Government Investments
Source Page: UK Government Investments Annual Report and Accounts 2021-22
Document: UK Government Investments Annual Report and Accounts 2021-22 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: UK Government Investments Annual Report and Accounts 2021-22

Jul. 20 2022
Government Property Agency
Source Page: GPA Annual Report and Accounts
Document: Government Property Agency Annual Report and Accounts 2020 to 2021 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: GPA Annual Report and Accounts

Jul. 20 2022
Government Property Agency
Source Page: GPA Annual Report and Accounts
Document: Government Property Agency Annual Report and Accounts 2019 to 2020 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: GPA Annual Report and Accounts

Jul. 20 2022
Government Property Agency
Source Page: GPA Annual Report and Accounts
Document: Government Property Agency Annual Report and Accounts 2018 to 2019 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: GPA Annual Report and Accounts

Jul. 20 2022
Government Property Agency
Source Page: GPA Annual Report and Accounts
Document: Government Property Agency Annual Report and Accounts 2021 to 2022 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: GPA Annual Report and Accounts

Jul. 20 2022
UK Atomic Energy Authority
Source Page: UKAEA Annual Report and Accounts, 2021/22, HC 566
Document: UKAEA Annual Report and Accounts, 2021/22 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: UKAEA Annual Report and Accounts, 2021/22, HC 566

Jul. 20 2022
UK Atomic Energy Authority
Source Page: UKAEA Sustainability Strategy
Document: UKAEA Sustainability Strategy (PDF)
Transparency

Found: UKAEA Sustainability Strategy

Jul. 20 2022
UK Research and Innovation
Source Page: UKRI annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022
Document: UKRI annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022 (print-ready PDF) (PDF)
Transparency

Found: UKRI annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022

Jul. 20 2022
UK Research and Innovation
Source Page: UKRI annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022
Document: UKRI annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022 (web-optimised PDF) (PDF)
Transparency

Found: UKRI annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022

Jul. 19 2022
Coal Authority
Source Page: The Coal Authority annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022
Document: The Coal Authority annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: The Coal Authority annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022

Jul. 19 2022
National Gallery
Source Page: National Gallery Annual Report and Accounts 2021 to 2022
Document: The National Gallery Annual Report and Accounts 2021-2022 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: National Gallery Annual Report and Accounts 2021 to 2022

Jul. 19 2022
Intellectual Property Office
Source Page: IPO annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022
Document: The Patent Office Annual Report and Accounts 2021 to 2022 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: IPO annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022

Jul. 19 2022
Homes England
Source Page: Homes England Annual Report and Financial Statements 2021 to 2022
Document: Homes England Annual Report and Financial Statements 2021 to 2022 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: Homes England Annual Report and Financial Statements 2021 to 2022

Jul. 19 2022
Coal Authority
Source Page: Coal Authority business plan 2022 to 2025
Document: Coal Authority business plan 2022 to 2025 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: expertise.The Coal Authority is a non-departmental public body and partner organisation of the Department

Jul. 18 2022
Government Property Agency
Source Page: GPA Business Plans
Document: Government Property Agency Business Plan 2018 to 2019 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: Hubs across the UK Established a joint Hubs Delivery Team with HMRC Brought estates teams from the Department

Jul. 15 2022
Coal Authority
Source Page: Coal Authority financial transactions: June 2022
Document: Download CSV 300 KB (webpage)
Transparency

Found: for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy The Coal Authority 30/05/2022 Research & Development (BEIS

Jul. 15 2022
Sellafield Ltd
Source Page: Sellafield Ltd Annual Report and Financial Statements 2021/22
Document: Sellafield Ltd Annual Report and Financial Statements 2021/22 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: Sellafield Ltd Annual Report and Financial Statements 2021/22

Jul. 14 2022
Dounreay
Source Page: Nuclear Decommissioning Authority: Annual Report and Accounts 2021 to 2022
Document: NDA Annual Report and Accounts 2021 to 2022 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: Nuclear Decommissioning Authority: Annual Report and Accounts 2021 to 2022

Jul. 14 2022
Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
Source Page: DVLA annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022
Document: DVLA annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: DVLA annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022

Jul. 14 2022
Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service
Source Page: Acas annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022
Document: Acas annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022 (web-optimised PDF) (PDF)
Transparency

Found: Acas annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022

Jul. 14 2022
Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service
Source Page: Acas annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022
Document: Acas annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022 (print-ready PDF) (PDF)
Transparency

Found: Acas annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022

Jul. 14 2022
Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service
Source Page: Acas annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022
Document: Acas annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022 (large print PDF) (PDF)
Transparency

Found: Acas annual report and accounts, 2021 to 2022

Jul. 12 2022
Marine Management Organisation
Source Page: Northern Gateway Container Terminal
Document: IBPB8270R001F01_EIA_REPORT__4 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) (2017); UK local authority and regional carbon dioxide emissions national

Jun. 28 2022
NS&I
Source Page: National Savings and Investments annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022
Document: NS&I annual report 2021-22 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: National Savings and Investments annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022

Jun. 28 2022
NS&I
Source Page: National Savings and Investments annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022
Document: NS&I Annual Report 2021-22 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: National Savings and Investments annual report and accounts 2021 to 2022

Jun. 23 2022
Groceries Code Adjudicator
Source Page: Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA) framework document
Document: Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA) framework document (webpage)
Transparency

Found: the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) will operate.

Jun. 23 2022
UK Government Investments
Source Page: Exploring the UK government's contingent liabilities
Document: Exploring the UK government’s contingent liabilities (PDF)
Transparency

Found: , to inform risk management and contingency planning .To date we have completed projects with the Department

Jun. 22 2022
Geospatial Commission
Source Page: Geospatial Commission Annual Plan 2022/2023
Document: Geospatial Commission Annual Plan 2022/2023 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: , Heat and Buildings Strategy9 and British Energy Security Strategy set10 set out an ambitious plan to



Non-Departmental Publications - Statistics
Aug. 04 2022
Regulatory Policy Committee
Source Page: The Electricity and Gas (Energy Company Obligation) (Amendment) Order 2022: RPC Opinion
Document: RPC Opinion: The Electricity and Gas (Energy Company Obligation) (Amendment) Order 2022 (PDF)
Statistics

Found: The Electricity and Gas (Energy Company Obligation) (Amendment) Order 2022: RPC Opinion

Jul. 27 2022
Regulatory Policy Committee
Source Page: Regulatory Powers for Smart Data: RPC Opinion
Document: RPC Opinion: Regulatory Powers for Smart Data (PDF)
Statistics

Found: RPC - BEIS - 5 009 ( 2 ) 1 20 May 202 2 Data Reform Bill: Smart Data Lead department Department

Jul. 25 2022
Low Pay Commission
Source Page: Minimum wage underpayment in Leicester textiles manufacturers
Document: Compliance and enforcement of the National Minimum Wage: the case of the Leicester textiles sector (PDF)
Statistics

Found: for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy 2022).

Jul. 19 2022
Office of Manpower Economics
Source Page: Senior Salaries Review Body Report: 2022
Document: Senior Salaries Review Body Report: 2022 (PDF)
Statistics

Found: Domestically, consumer spending is being curtailed by energy costs and other price rises.

Jul. 08 2022
Regulatory Policy Committee
Source Page: Energy Bill: RPC Opinion
Document: RPC Opinion: Energy Bill (PDF)
Statistics

Found: Energy Bill: RPC Opinion

Jul. 08 2022
Competition and Markets Authority
Source Page: Road fuel review
Document: Road fuel review (PDF)
Statistics

Found: Against this backdrop, on 11 June the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Jun. 23 2022
Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency
Source Page: Energy in Northern Ireland 2022
Document: Energy in Northern Ireland 2022 (webpage)
Statistics

Found: Energy in Northern Ireland 2022

Jun. 21 2022
Offshore Petroleum Regulator for Environment and Decommissioning
Source Page: Oil and gas: Public statements relating to 2021 operations
Document: IOG PLC (PDF)
Statistics

Found: Oil and gas: Public statements relating to 2021 operations

Jun. 21 2022
Offshore Petroleum Regulator for Environment and Decommissioning
Source Page: Oil and gas: Public statements relating to 2021 operations
Document: Bluewater (PDF)
Statistics

Found: Oil and gas: Public statements relating to 2021 operations

Jun. 21 2022
Offshore Petroleum Regulator for Environment and Decommissioning
Source Page: Oil and gas: Public statements relating to 2021 operations
Document: ODE Asset Management Limited (PDF)
Statistics

Found: Oil and gas: Public statements relating to 2021 operations



Non-Departmental Publications - News and Communications
Aug. 04 2022
Offshore Petroleum Regulator for Environment and Decommissioning
Source Page: Rosebank Field Development
Document: Environmental Statement (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, published in November 2020, embed the UK Net Zero strategy

Jul. 29 2022
Government Chemist
Source Page: E-seminar: Screening for GMOs in consignments of rice and rice products
Document: E-seminar: Screening for GMOs in consignments of rice and rice products (webpage)
News and Communications

Found: E-seminar: Screening for GMOs in consignments of rice and rice products

Jul. 28 2022
UK Research and Innovation
Source Page: Government recommends cutting unnecessary bureaucracy in research sector
Document: interim report (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: out in the R&D People and Culture Strategy and the UK Innovation Strategy, both of which were published

Jul. 20 2022
UK Research and Innovation
Source Page: Independent review of UKRI published
Document: Independent review of UKRI published (webpage)
News and Communications

Found: The Department for Business Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has today (Wednesday 20 July) published

Jul. 18 2022
The Insolvency Service
Source Page: Court winds-up online broker after misleading investors
Document: Court winds-up online broker after misleading investors (webpage)
News and Communications

Found: A petition to restore and wind up the Company was presented by The Secretary of State for Business, Energy

Jul. 11 2022
Offshore Petroleum Regulator for Environment and Decommissioning
Source Page: Victory Field Development
Document: Environmental Statement (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: gas operations on the UKCS and is part of the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial

Jul. 11 2022
Competition and Markets Authority
Source Page: Subsidy Advice Unit calls for views on guidance to assist public authorities
Document: draft guidance (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: What are the Subsidy Control principles and Energy and Environment Principles?

Jul. 11 2022
Competition and Markets Authority
Source Page: Subsidy Advice Unit calls for views on guidance to assist public authorities
Document: consulting on a draft Statement of Policy (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: Its work is overs een by a Board and led by the Chief Executive and senior team . 4 Section 65

Jul. 08 2022
Competition and Markets Authority
Source Page: UK fuel retail market review
Document: CMA Review of road fuel (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: Against this backdrop, on 11 June the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Jun. 21 2022
Government Chemist
Source Page: E-seminar: CBD in food supplements - Part 1
Document: E-seminar: CBD in food supplements - Part 1 (webpage)
News and Communications

Found: Regulatory Scientist at the National Measurement Laboratory, LGC) aims to help manufacturers, suppliers and



Non-Departmental Publications - Guidance and Regulation
Aug. 04 2022
Geospatial Commission
Source Page: Measuring the Economic, Social and Environmental value of public sector location data
Document: Measuring the Economic, Social and Environmental value of public sector location data (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Measuring the Economic, Social and Environmental value of public sector location data

Jul. 08 2022
Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
Source Page: Nature-based Solutions for Climate: apply for a habitat creation grant
Document: Nature-based Solutions for Climate: apply for a habitat creation grant (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: the country show how private and public funding can combine to achieve economically viable and long-term

Jun. 30 2022
HM Revenue & Customs
Source Page: Motor and heating fuels used to generate electricity — relief from Excise Duty (Excise Notice 175)
Document: Motor and heating fuels used to generate electricity — relief from Excise Duty (Excise Notice 175) (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Motor and heating fuels used to generate electricity — relief from Excise Duty (Excise Notice 175)



Non-Departmental Publications - Closed consultation
Jul. 26 2022
HM Revenue & Customs
Source Page: Employment status
Document: Employment status consultation: government response (PDF)
Closed consultation

Found: In response to the Taylor Review, the previous Government published the Good Work Plan and the Department

Jul. 26 2022
HM Revenue & Customs
Source Page: Employment status
Document: Employment status consultation (PDF)
Closed consultation

Found: This lack of clarity can lead to some people and businesses wasting time and energy trying to und



Non-Departmental Publications - Open consultation
Jul. 11 2022
Competition and Markets Authority
Source Page: Draft Guidance and Draft Policy Statement for the CMA's Subsidy Advice Unit
Document: Draft Guidance and Draft Policy Statement for the CMA's Subsidy Advice Unit (webpage)
Open consultation

Found: Draft Guidance and Draft Policy Statement for the CMA's Subsidy Advice Unit

Jul. 11 2022
Competition and Markets Authority
Source Page: Draft Guidance and Draft Policy Statement for the CMA's Subsidy Advice Unit
Document: Draft Guidance on the operation of the subsidy control functions of the Subsidy Advice Unit (PDF)
Open consultation

Found: Draft Guidance and Draft Policy Statement for the CMA's Subsidy Advice Unit

Jul. 11 2022
Competition and Markets Authority
Source Page: Draft Guidance and Draft Policy Statement for the CMA's Subsidy Advice Unit
Document: Statement of Policy on the Enforcement of the SAU’s Information Gathering Powers (PDF)
Open consultation

Found: Draft Guidance and Draft Policy Statement for the CMA's Subsidy Advice Unit

Jul. 04 2022
Environment Agency
Source Page: Sizewell C: environmental permits for a new nuclear power station
Document: NNB Generation Company (SZC) Limited - consultation document for a combustion activity draft permit (PDF)
Open consultation

Found: We regulate within a framework of extensive government policy, strategy and guidance.

Jul. 04 2022
Environment Agency
Source Page: Sizewell C: environmental permits for a new nuclear power station
Document: Habitats regulations assessment report for the proposed Sizewell C nuclear power station (PDF)
Open consultation

Found: Department for Business , Energy and Industrial Stra tegy ( BEIS ), and the Marine Management Organ

Jul. 04 2022
Environment Agency
Source Page: Sizewell C: environmental permits for a new nuclear power station
Document: Book 3 Water discharge activities operational permit habitats regulations assessment report (PDF)
Open consultation

Found: provisioning strategy™ (Eglington and Perro w, 2014).

Jul. 04 2022
Environment Agency
Source Page: Sizewell C: environmental permits for a new nuclear power station
Document: NNB Generation Company (SZC) Limited - consultation document for water discharge activities draft permit (PDF)
Open consultation

Found: Requesting Parties may apply to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS

Jul. 04 2022
Environment Agency
Source Page: Sizewell C: environmental permits for a new nuclear power station
Document: NNB Generation Company (SZC) Limited - consultation document for radioactive substances activities draft permit (PDF)
Open consultation

Found: Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.



Non-Departmental Publications - Policy paper
Jul. 06 2022
High Speed Two (HS2) Limited
Source Page: HS2 Phase 2b SES1 and AP1 ES Volume 1: Introduction and methodology
Document: HS2 Phase 2b SES1 and AP1 ES Volume 1: Introduction and methodology (PDF)
Policy paper

Found: HS2 Phase 2b SES1 and AP1 ES Volume 1: Introduction and methodology

Jul. 06 2022
High Speed Two (HS2) Limited
Source Page: HS2 Phase 2b SES1 and AP1 ES Volume 3: Route-wide effects
Document: HS2 Phase 2b SES1 and AP1 Volume 3: Route-wide effects (PDF)
Policy paper

Found: HS2 Phase 2b SES1 and AP1 ES Volume 3: Route-wide effects

Jun. 22 2022
Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation
Source Page: Polling data on public attitudes towards Smart Data schemes
Document: Polling data on public attitudes towards Smart Data schemes (webpage)
Policy paper

Found: The insights are informing its work with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy



Deposited Papers
Friday 5th August 2022
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Source Page: I. Data Protection and Digital Information Bill: memorandum from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport to the Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee. 55p. II. Data Protection and Digital Information Bill: impact assessment. 233p. III. Letter dated 18/07/2022 from Matt Warman MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding 2 documents for deposit in the House libraries. 1p.
Document: Data_Protection_and_Digital_Information_Bill_Impact_Assessment__003_.pdf (PDF)

Found: Data Protection and Digital Information Bill: memorandum from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media

Wednesday 3rd August 2022

Source Page: I. Employment status consultation. Government response. 32p II. Letter dated 26/07/2022 from Jane Hunt MP to Darren Jones MP regarding workers' rights: publication of the Government's response to the employment status consultation. 2p.
Document: Employment_Status_Consultation_Government_Response_June_2022.docx (webpage)

Found: In response to the Taylor Review, the previous Government published the Good Work Plan and the Department

Wednesday 3rd August 2022

Source Page: I. Employment status consultation. Government response. 32p II. Letter dated 26/07/2022 from Jane Hunt MP to Darren Jones MP regarding workers' rights: publication of the Government's response to the employment status consultation. 2p.
Document: Letter_from_Jane_Hunt_to_BEIS_Committee.pdf (PDF)

Found: Jane Hunt MP Parliamentary Under - Secretary of State Department for Business, Energy & Industrial

Friday 1st July 2022
Department for International Trade
Source Page: I. UK-Gulf Cooperation Council (UK-GCC) public bundle. Incl. UK-GCC FTA strategic case, response to the consultation on trade negotiations with the GCC, outline approach and scoping assessment. 84p. II. Letters dated 20/06/2022 from Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP and Lord Grimstone of Boscobel to Angus Brendan MacNeil MP and Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town regarding the launch of the UK - Gulf Cooperation Council Free Trade Agreement negotiations (2 docs).
Document: 2022-06-22-_UK_GCC_FTA_Public_Bundle_-_FINAL.pdf (PDF)

Found: FTA strategic case, response to the consultation on trade negotiations with the GCC, outline approach and

Thursday 30th June 2022
Cabinet Office
Source Page: I. The Geospatial Commission’s annual plan 2022/23. 38p. II. Building public confidence in location data: the ABC of ethical use. 23p. III. Letter dated 22/06/2022 from Lord True to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding 2 documents for deposit in the House libraries. 1p.
Document: GC_Annual_Plan_2022_2023.pdf (PDF)

Found: , Heat and Buildings Strategy9 and British Energy Security Strategy set10 set out an ambitious plan to