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Guidance

Guidance for submitting a proposal for Regulatory Settlement funding

Guidance around submitting a proposal for Regulatory Settlement funding including what Regulatory Settlement funds are and criteria for proposals.

Who will make the decision?

The Social Responsibility Funds Group makes decisions at Stage one and Stage two. The Group is made up of senior staff at the Commission. They are supported by the Major Projects and Evaluation team and the Governance team.

The group consider Stage one proposals and provide limited feedback. Proposals that are successful at Stage one will be invited to prepare a more detailed proposal for consideration at Stage two. If a proposal is successful at Stage two, it is approved for funding and will be matched with settlement funds as and when they are available.

As part of our commitment to transparency, we publish details of proposals which have received funding on our website.

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