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Consultation response

Regulatory Panel Reform: Consultation Response

Regulatory Panel Reform: Consultation Response


We put forward proposals to:

  • employ between four and six Adjudicators, who are legally qualified persons employed solely for the purposes of sitting on Panels
  • set the quorum for conduct of any business by the Panel as one Commissioner and one Adjudicator for matters relating to an operating licence and one Adjudicator for matters relating to a personal licence
  • enable a Panel to occasionally be asked by Commission staff to provide steers on regulatory settlement proposals and or indication of an appropriate figure for a financial penalty
  • and make changes to the procedures set out in the guidance for Regulatory Panel and Licensing hearings.
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Proposal 1: Use of adjudicators on regulatory panels
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