Updated: The guidance has been revised to encourage a more proportionate approach to the inclusion of review clauses so that they concentrate on the measures with significant impacts.
Ministers have a duty to include a statutory review provision in new secondary legislation that has a regulatory effect on business, unless it is not appropriate to do so.
This statutory guidance explains what departments need to consider when deciding whether a review provision is appropriate. It has been published to help understanding of the duty in the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015.
Updated: FITs year 9 determinations published
In accordance with the Feed-in Tariffs Order 2012, Articles 37 and 38, the Secretary of State has made the following determinations legally required for administration of the scheme. These relate to:
a) the percentage of electricity from each technology deemed to be exported
b) how we recompense licensees’ administrative costs (QFCs), and
c) the collar and cap range for mutualisation payments.
Generation tariffs are not affected by this administrative process.
Updated: We have updated the definitions to bring them in line with recent regulations.
This guidance is intended to explain how local authorities should implement the radioactive contaminated land regime, including how they should go about deciding whether land is ‘contaminated land’.