Review of the Renewables Obligation Statutory Consultation Document

This Statutory Consultation document seeks views on proposed changes to the Renewables Obligation Order 2005. The changes proposed are: to make some limited changes to the eligibility of energy generated from mixed wastes; to modify future rules for lower cost renewable technologies; and to simplify the administrative arrangements for the Obligation.

http://www.dti.gov.uk/consultations/consultation-1537.html

The closing date for this consultation is 9 December 2005.

The Renewables Obligation (Scotland) Review 2005/6 - Statutory Consultation

The Renewables Obligation (Scotland), or ROS, is the Executive's main policy instrument for delivering more renewable electricity generating capacity in Scotland. This consultation seeks views on: Effectiveness of the Obligation; Energy from Mixed Wastes; Lower Cost Renewable Technologies; Obligation levels beyond 2015/16; Combined Heat and Power; Operation of the ROC Market / Administrative Issues.

http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2005/09/13105127/51293

The closing date for this consultation is 1 December 2005.

Charity References in Documents

This consultation paper sets out the Scottish Executive’s proposals for the regulations to set out the circumstances and methods by which charities in Scotland must identify themselves as charities and on which documents this must be done. The Scottish Ministers have powers to make regulations on this matter under section 15 of the Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act 2005. The proposals are intended to help everyone to understand when they are dealing with a charity by ensuring that all charities always identify themselves adequately on formal documents.

http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2005/09/15143400/34013

The closing date for this consultation is 13 December 2005.

Applying the Planning Acts to the Crown

The purpose of this consultation exercise is to invite comments on the three draft Statutory Instruments (SIs) and draft Circular which are needed to give effect in England to the provisions of Part 7 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 ("the 2004 Act"). By applying the planning Acts to the Crown, the provisions of Part 7 provide the basis for removing the Crown’s immunity, but detailed secondary legislation and associated guidance is needed to make them work effectively.

http://www.odpm.gov.uk/stellent/groups/odpm_planning/documents/page/odpm_plan_041242.pdf

The closing date for this consultation is 16 December 2005.

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