Legislative Consent: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill

The Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill (the Bill) was introduced in the House of Commons on 11 May 2022.

 

The long title to the Bill notes that it is a Bill “to make provision for the setting of levelling-up missions and reporting on progress in delivering them; about local democracy; about town and country planning; about Community Infrastructure Levy; about the imposition of Infrastructure Levy; about environmental outcome reports for certain consents and plans; about regeneration; about the compulsory purchase of land; about information and records relating to land, the environment or heritage; for the provision for pavement licences to be permanent; about governance of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors; about vagrancy and begging; and for connected purposes.”

 

The Bill is subject to the legislative consent process under Standing Order 29. This is when the consent of the Welsh Parliament is sought by the UK Government to legislate on an issue which falls  within the competence of the Senedd.

Legislative Consent Memorandum – November 2022

 

The Welsh Government laid a revised Legislative Consent Memorandum (LCM) (PDF 179KB) on the Bill before the Senedd on 25 November 2022.


Legislative Consent Memorandum – September 2022

The Welsh Government laid a Legislative Consent Memorandum (LCM) (PDF 161KB) on the Bill before the Senedd on 28 September 2022.

The Business Committee referred the LCM to the Climate Change, Environment and Infrastructure Committee, the Economy, Trade and Rural Affairs  Committee, the Local Government and Housing Committee and the Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee with a reporting deadline of 8 December 2022 (PDF 46.2KB)

On 22 November 2022, the Business Committee agreed (PDF 42.0KB) a new reporting deadline of 16 February 2023.

















Business type: Legislative Consent

First published: 26/05/2022