Consultation Papers

Below is a full list of recent consultations that the RMI have submitted responses to. Alternatively, you can click on the links below to search for consultation responses relevant to a specific policy area, or search by date using the navigation to the right of the screen.

REVIEW OF DVLA SERVICES: DVLA

The review looked at the services the DVLA provide and how they can improve what they currently offer.

The RMI responded electronically to this consultation.

DETAILED PROPOSALS FOR THE FCA REGIME FOR CONSUMER CREDIT: FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY

On 1 April 2014 the Financial Conduct Authority will take over the regulation of the consumer credit industry from the Office of Fair Trading. They consulted on the detailed proposals for how they will do this.

Click here to download the RMI response.

TRANSFORMING THE HIGHWAYS AGENCY INTO A GOVERNMENT-OWNED COMPANY: DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT

The Department of Transport consulted on proposals for setting up the Highways Agency as a new government-owned company responsible for operating, managing and improving the strategic road network. The outcome of this consultation will inform the final form of the new company and shape the legislation needed to empower the company to run the strategic road network. This is planned for 2014.

The NFDA Truck and Van Division responded - click here to download the response

POLYMER BANKNOTES CONSULTATION: THE BANK OF ENGLAND

Given that banknotes play a role in everyone’s day to day lives, the Bank of England undertook a public consultation programme before deciding whether to print its next banknotes on polymer. Both public and industry acceptance on this matter is crucial and the Bank saw the necessity to factor opinion into their decision.

Click here to download the PRA response

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE MOTOR FUEL COMPOSITION AND CONTENT REGULATIONS 1999: DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT

The Government invited stakeholders to comment on a proposed amendment to the Motor Fuel Composition and Content Regulations 1999, aimed at extending the existng requirement for a protected grade of super unleaded petrol with an ethanol belnd of no more than 5% to be available on the market. This current requirement expires at the end of 2013. The proposal is to extend this for a further three years to 1 January 2017.

Click here to download the PRA response

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