Open consultations

  • Consultation on Local Government capital risk mitigation measures in the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill: capital risk metrics

    The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (“the Department”) has policy responsibility for the Prudential Framework (“the Framework”) under which local authorities borrow and invest, and stewardship responsibility to ensure that the system is operating effectively. The objective of the Framework is to ensure that borrowing and investment practices are prudent, sustainable and affordable, while providing authorities the freedom to set their own capital strategies.... More
    Closes 25 September 2023
  • Permitted development rights consultation on additional flexibilities to support housing delivery, the agricultural sector, businesses, high streets and open prisons; and a call for evidence on nature-based solutions, farm efficiency projects and diversification.

    This consultation contains proposed changes to the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015, as amended. It covers the following areas: Changes to certain permitted development rights that allow for the change of use to dwellinghouses. Changes to certain permitted development rights that allow agricultural diversification and development on agricultural units. Changes to certain permitted... More
    Closes 25 September 2023
  • Local Government Pension Scheme (England and Wales): Next steps on investments

    This consultation seeks views on proposals relating to the investments of the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS). It covers the areas of asset pooling, levelling up, opportunities in private equity, investment consultancy services and the definition of investments. More
    Closes 2 October 2023
  • Toilet provision in buildings other than dwellings

    This consultation seeks your views on proposed measures to ensure provision of separate toilets for men and women and sets out guidance to encourage the provision of universal toilets, ensuring appropriate levels of privacy in all situations. These proposals relate to Building Regulations in England only. Consultation stage analysis is included in this consultation. Further work will be carried out in advance of a decision following consultation. Changes to the analysis... More
    Closes 8 October 2023
  • Plan-making reform consultation

    Local plans, and minerals and waste plans, (referred to here as ‘plans’) are produced by planning authorities (local authorities with responsibility for preparing these plans) to guide and manage development in their areas. They are important documents for local communities because they set the development framework for the area, usually for the next 10 or 15 years. Plans allocate sites for development, set out what land should be protected and contain planning policies, which are the... More
    Closes 18 October 2023
  • Single Homelessness Accommodation Programme (SHAP) - Revenue for Support Application

    Welcome to the revenue for support application portal for the Single Homelessness Accommodation Programme (SHAP). This is the application form for revenue to deliver support services at SHAP schemes outside of London. What you will need This form will ask you to provide: Contact details for you and for anyone we should include in correspondence about this application Information about the nature of the support provided by the proposed service ... More
    Closes 10 November 2023
  • Single Homelessness Accommodation Programme (SHAP) - Locality Strategic Gap Analysis

    Welcome to the locality gap analysis portal for the Single Homelessness Accommodation Programme (SHAP). This portal is for local authority officers to submit strategic gap analyses which will inform the assessment of individual SHAP revenue and/or capital funding bids. Receipt of a strategic gap analysis is a requirement for awards of SHAP funding to bidders. What you will be asked to provide You will be asked to provide details of the gap analysis conducted through... More
    Closes 10 November 2023
  • Building Safety Fund 2022 Application Form-R1

    Building Safety Fund Objective The objectives of the Building Safety Fund are that:  the historical life safety fire risks associated with cladding on high-rise residential buildings are addressed quickly and proportionately so that residents in those homes are safe leaseholder and resident communication and engagement on the project is effective projects are delivered on time and to budget; and cost... More
    Closes 1 January 2025
  • Building Safety Fund 2022 Application Form - Original Criteria - R2

    Please continue your application by clicking the link below: More
    Closes 1 January 2025
  • BSF2022-R3

    Based on the information you have provided you do not appear to be eligible for the Building Safety Fund. We understand this is disappointing news, however please could you provide some basic information on your building in the following form. The form should only take a few minutes to complete and the information may help inform future policy, and allow us to consider if your building may be eligible for other grant funding. More
    Closes 1 January 2025
  • Building Safety Fund - ACM Buildings - R4

    You have told us that you have Aluminium Composite Material (ACM) as part of your external wall system. You may be eligible for government funding to remediate the ACM on your external wall system. We will require further information and any evidence you may have that indicates that ACM is present, and what category. Please complete this brief questionnaire with your details. This will enable us to get in touch with you to discuss your applications and options further. ... More
    Closes 1 January 2025
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