Corporate report: Business Impact Target: HMRC report of Non-Qualifying Regulatory Provisions, 2015 to 2017

HMRC are required by the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 to publish a report of any qualifying regulatory provisions.

The only work for which HMRC must report is that which relates to Anti-Money Laundering Supervision (AMLS) and National Minimum Wage (NMW) Enforcement.

Our responsibilities for AMLS are set out in the EU Third Money Laundering Directive and as such are non-qualifying for a full report. HMRC enforce NMW on behalf of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy who will be responsible for publishing the full report in compliance with the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015.

However HMRC must publish an account of non-qualifying regulatory provisions for these areas setting out what activity they have undertaken which is within scope of the legislation. This report discharges that responsibility.

Corporate report: Business impact target (BIT): annual report 2016 to 2017

This is the second annual report against the business impact target (BIT), a deregulation target, for 2016 to 2017. It includes information on regulatory provisions that have come into force or ceased to be in force during the parliamentary year.

The report is a statutory obligation of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act (SBEE) 2015.

Corporate report: Transitional Arrangements auction 2017 – Auction Monitor report

The auction monitor has confirmed that actions performed by National Grid as EMR Delivery Body have in all material respects complied with the relevant Capacity Market rules and guidelines. Therefore in accordance with regulation 27 of the Capacity Market Regulations 2014, the Delivery Body have now published the final auction results.

[Transitional Auction for the 17/18 Delivery Year](https://www.emrdeliverybody.com/CM/2017TA.aspx (https://www.emrdeliverybody.com/CM/2017TA.aspx)

Corporate report: BEIS: Civil Service people survey

The survey shows responses by theme:

  • leadership and managing change
  • involvement in work
  • management
  • team
  • learning and development
  • inclusion and fair treatment
  • pay and benefits

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) merged to form the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) in July 2016.

Corporate report: Implementing Geological Disposal: Annual Report April 2015 – March 2016

In its November 2010 response to the House of Lords Science and Technology Select Committee’s report Radioactive Waste Management: a Further Update (March 2010), the Government committed to producing an annual report to Parliament, setting out the Government’s progress in relation to the management of higher activity radioactive waste. This is the sixth annual report.

It covers the background to the Geological Disposal Programme, and sets out progress between April 2015 - March 2016, in particular, progress with delivery of the initial actions set out in the Implementing Geological Disposal White Paper (2014) and Radioactive Waste Management’s preparations for siting.

Corporate report: Personal data processing: fair processing notice

Updated: Added Ministry of Justice to the list of organisations involved.

The way the organisations listed below process your personal data relating to financial transactions when interacting with you is changing from September 2016.

  • Animal and Plant Health Agency
  • Cabinet Office
  • Committee on Climate Change
  • Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
  • Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
  • Department for Work and Pensions
  • Department for Education
  • Environment Agency
  • Food Standards Agency
  • Health and Safety Executive
  • Marine Management Organisation
  • Ministry of Justice
  • Natural England

Some of this data may be processed offshore by our services provider, Shared Services Connected Limited (SSCL). SSCL run our back office services through centres of excellence in the UK and in India.